“Manifest” is looking for student writers worldwide!

Manifest is ready to take go to the next stage of development.

The first phase, which you will find in the archives section was to demonstrate that it was possible to publish, for free, a quality magazine.

The second phase seeks to take advantage of several developments, the tumult in the newspaper industry and the increasing interest for print-on-demand and publishing through hand-held devices such as the iPad and Kindle.

Manifest is looking for students worldwide, who are interested in writing and being published.

  • A student is anyone with a .edu email account

For more information or to submit your article contact me, Wahyd Vannoni, by leaving a message in the comments section with your name and how you see yourself participating.

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One Response to “Manifest” is looking for student writers worldwide!

  1. Yule Heibel says:

    Hello Wahyd and Manifest Magazine,

    I think your publishing model for Manifest has great potential, and I’m very interested in participating as an editor or writer.

    Since 2003 I’ve been blogging at http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/yulelog (hosted by Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society), and I partake frequently on other bloggers’ comments boards. For nearly three years I also wrote a monthly print column on urban development and the built environment for a Victoria, BC magazine (Focus).

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