phati'tude Literary Magazine Publishes 9/11 Commemorative Issue

My name is Gabrielle David and I the Editor-in-Chief of phati’tude Literary Magazine. I am pleased to announce the publication of phati'tude Literary Magazine's Fall issue, BRIDGING THE CULTURAL DIVIDE, Remembering September 11th, and it is available for sale at Amazon.com and other online outlets for $20.

BRIDGING THE CULTURAL DIVIDE is a 280-page compilation that features some of the best emerging and established writers of the 21st century. This groundbreaking issue explores September 11th and asks Arab and Afghan Americans, Israelis and Jews how they and their respective literatures have evolved since the event, through in-depth interviews, essays, short stories and poetry. More information about our Fall issue is in our press release at SBWIRE. Previews are available on Amazon.com and phati'tude's website.

We need your help to spread the word. I need your help. Announcements, reviews, interviews, email blasts, Tweets, and/or FaceBook mentions, would be greatly appreciated and extremely helpful in getting the word out. If you require additional information, please feel free to contact me directly at editor@phatitude.org.

About phati'tude Literary Magazine
A publication of the Intercultural Alliance of Artists & Scholars, Inc. (IAAS), phati’tude Literary Magazine, established in 1997, distinguishes itself as a multicultural publication that appeals to a general, literary-inclined audience. The magazine’s mission is to support the literary and visual arts as tools of empowerment, education and liberation for future generations as individuals and as a community. Help support our efforts and purchase our publications today on Amazon.com.

The Intercultural Alliance of Artists & Scholars, Inc. (IAAS) was founded in 2000 to promote multicultural literature and literacy. The IAAS encourages people of all cultural and socio-economic backgrounds to adopt reading, writing and the arts - in all of its forms - as part of their lifelong process. (http://www.theiaas.org)

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