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Poetry Wanted By The Hollywood Sentinel

The Hollywood Sentinel is pleased to announce the addition of its new Poetry Section in our next issue. Poetry is found in many of the best novels, the best movies, the best music, or the best speeches. Poetry can move the spirit like any other of the greatest art forms, to tap in to parts of our being that are often deeply hidden, putting us in touch with the infinite wisdom of the universe. Poetry is life- it is art with words.

Edited by poet and Hollywood Sentinel publisher Bruce Edwin, the new poetry section will feature the greatest poetry from the greatest of poets, renown and unknown, from around the world. Further, it will eventually grow in to our future hard copy poetry publication that we will publish in the coming years.

We envision that this new section will take on an organic life of its own, receiving critical praise in a significant manner for the aesthetic greatness it provides to readers from around the world.

Subject matters may be of any nature, yet we will have an affinity for works that provide the greatest aesthetic value to the reader.

If you would like to have your poetry considered for publication in The Hollywood Sentinel, that will reach over half a million viewers and may be targeted to some of the top literary publishers, you may e-mail up to five pages per month for our consideration. Each poem should be no more than two pages in length. LEGAL DISCLAIMER: YOU MUST READ THE FOLLOWING FOR CONSIDERATION OF SUBMISSION & PUBLICATION:

POLICY: No more than 5 pages accepted per month. Poetry sent becomes physical property of The Hollywood Sentinel and will not be returned. E-mail submittals only. By your submittal, you agree that you consent to have your poetry submitted to us published in any and all of our formats at any time, which may or may not include for profit in perpetuity, and that you will not be compensated in any form other than potential publication at any time for such publication or syndication. While we shall retain publishing and re-publishing rights of any work sent, you shall retain full intellectual rights to the work and shall retain your rights to publish same works elsewhere. We reserve right to publish or not to publish any works received. Poetry submitted may be edited for space or objectionable language for certain of our audiences, but will not be altered in terms of any further conceptual editing or additions. We shall not be held liable for any recourse due to content published or edited or not. We shall not be liable for any failure to provide credit or potential mistaken credit, though we shall make every effort to provide correct credit of name of author. We reserve the right to provide link to poets site or content at our discretion but are not required to do so and will not be liable if we decide not to do so. You certify with this agreement that you are the sole author of submitted work, and have no legal claims against you or work submitted. Any subsequent submittals must further include the identical language of this release in full with signed lines of notation herein below. Submittals will be accepted in the body of e-mails only. No attachments accepted. We will do our best to notify you the author of any publication, but are not required to nor will not to be held liable if notification does not occur. Submittal to us constitutes full and total agreement of the terms of this agreement policy which is binding, without alteration or omission. Due to the vast number of submissions we receive, The Hollywood Sentinel may or may not be able to reply personally or otherwise to inquiries of follow up concerning the status of your submission. I agree that I am an adult being of the age of 18 years or older and am bound by the laws of The United States of America with this submission to The Hollywood Sentinel, an American corporation licensed in the city of Santa Monica, California.

I HAVE READ, UNDERSTOOD, AND AGREE TO THE ABOVE POLICY, AND AM INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING POETRY FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION.

LIST TITLE OF POEM AFTER EACH NUMBER, IF NO TITLE, LIST FIVE FIRST WORDS FROM THE START OF EACH WORK

1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

TYPE OUT FULL NAME_____________________________________________ TYPE OUT FULL TELEPHONE NUMBER_______________________________ TYPE OUT FULL MAILING ADDRESS__________________________________ TYPE OUT CREDIT AS YOU MAY WISH IT TO APPEAR___________________ TYPE OUT WEBSITE OR CONTACT AS YOU MAY WISH IT TO APPEAR

B r u c e E d w i n
Tel: 310-226-7176, Santa Monica, California E-mail: starpowermanagementllc@gmail.com Fax: 310-226-7176

Producer; Film, TV, Web www.BruceEdwin.com

Talent Manager, CEO www.StarpowerManagementLLC.com

Writer, Publisher www.TheHollywoodSentinel.com

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