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Conifur program book needs you!

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Less than two weeks remain before the deadline for the Conifur Northwest 2003 program book! We need your art. We need your stories. We need your poetry. We need your cartoons. (Face it, we're very needy!)

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We are accepting submissions for the ConiFur Convention/Program Book!

The convention booklet will be 8.5"x11", black and white, with tape binding. The book will contain the usual information on our guest of honor, events, schedule, policies, plus lots of fun stuff.

We are accepting submissions of artwork and fiction. Subject matter should be of interest to the anthropomorphic/furry fan. All material submitted to the convention book must be suitable for all ages. Material with a Pacific Northwest flavor is preferred, but not required. Size requirements, formats, and so forth is all listed on the ConiFur website.

Deadline for submissions to the convention book is August 15, 2003. All material appearing in the convention book is subject to approval by both the convention book editor and the convention chairman.

Questions about the convention book and contents should be sent directly to the editor: Gene Breshears (publications@conifur.org).

You can find all this information (plus ad rates and submission requirements) and a lot more cool news about the best furry convention in the Pacific Nortwest at the ConiFur website:

http://www.conifur.org/

Or you can go directly to the Program Book page:

http://www.conifur.org/conbook.html

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a typographer from Seattle, WA, interested in writing, dabbling, publishing, and analyzing