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Old 06-24-2006, 12:58 PM
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Looking for writers who want to submit to a website devoted to coffee, health good, bad, types of coffee, brewing, techniques, espresso, lifestyle articles, food recipies, whatever if it has to do with coffee, our readers are interested. We are also interested in stories having to do with Fair Trade, Coffee Origins, esp. those from people who have actually been to Coffee Origins. Did I mention we love photography? If your article has a pic to go with it. Awesome.

You get as much exposure as we can give. We rest heavyweight on being indexed correctly and being found by our readers.

-Yes, we have our own domain.
-No, it is not up yet, we are building the engine.
-yes it is open to professional and amateur travel writers alike
-no, there a maximum article length also?
-yes I probably have bad spelling and grammar, please forgive me.
-thank you generously for your time.

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Old 06-24-2006, 06:51 PM
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Hi Vicky. What is the name of the publication, so I can put you on our alphabetical listing? Is it a paying publication or is the payment contributor copies?

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Coffee is the devil's brew. It makes users (addicts?) indulge in motormouth babel while their brains are hotwired on caffeine. First step on the road to coke, crank and the cheap thrills of pseudo-ephedrine cold medication.
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Great then, you can probably write, and submit, an article to support your statement.
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I believe coffee is the joy of peoples mornings.
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I believe coffee is the joy of peoples mornings.
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Old 03-14-2007, 08:24 AM
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Coffee is a constitutional right. If not, it should be.
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Are you the person to whom I submitted all my coffee poems last year?
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I'd be happy to contribute to something coffee-themed... but it looks like there's a lack of response...
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Yeah same here. Whenever she answers us back, I'll contribute.
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