Showing posts from April 6, 2014

aaduna Spring 2014 Fundraiser ~ We need your Support!

  Fundraiser: Sunday, May 18th, Bill's Place/Harlem, NY The Council of Literary Magazines & Presses [clmp] and the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) awarded aaduna, Inc. a capacity building grant to mount spring 2014 fundraisers, one in New York City (May 18th) and the other in Auburn, New York. (May 29th) Tickets are limited.   If attending either event, secure your spot today via Pay Pal:   Click Here for Payment Instructions  We understand that many of our supporters and readers are geographically unable to attend either of these events.  However, as a public, charity-supported organization, we have to document our worth to maintain our tax-exempt status.  And charitable donations are a critical and proof positive way to articulate public support for what we do, which is to provide a viable platform for emerging and established poets, writers, and visual artists to present their work to the global community.  aaduna i

New Players on the Scene

Banwa Team:  Theodora Ravago & Chris Gannon (photo provided) In a few days, we will officially launch our Third Anniversary winter/spring 2014 issue. And with that publication, we will premier our new look and design. The skills and creativity of the Banwa team collaborated with us to bring you - our contributors and readers - a contemporary and exciting re-design, and functionality to our web site. Indigo Graphics and Design, based in Baltimore , Maryland , started the ball rolling in 2011 with our premier issue and its work made a lasting impact on how literary journals should look and feel.   Now, Banwa brings its interpretation of aaduna to you.   a aduna thanks Nia Rock who championed support from the Sovereign Bank Foundation whose grant award made this web site initiative possible and in doing so, strengthened our ability to reach deeper into the various communities served by Sovereign Bank. a aduna has a proven track record of identifying new and emerging arti