i have officially joined the paying market and received my first check for a poem ever from Syria, Damascus from the Editor In Chief: Serene Taleb-Agha for my poem "Fade Out" which is now published in Damazine Literary Journal of the Muslim World. My shortfall now no longer exists as my work is worthy of payment and my $10 check about £5 UK Pounds is now credited to me as I have agreed recently to return to a paying market and ultimately to paid employment as a University Teacher of 65 and under. But ask friends do I propose to fade out as a writer when I reach the grand age of 65 ...and over that hurdle ........ no, I do not propose to Fade Out but since recent times I am now welcome in the paying market and will no longer face that awful dilemma of not knowing how wto face a 65 onwards future because as a poet published in Syria . Damascus I have managed to achieve my dream to fulfil my wishful ambitions and when others of my generation are giving up or are dead or dying fortunately as my
Editor In Chief, Serene Talen-Agha of Damazine Literary Journal of the Muslim World, confirmed by letter in July 9, 11 "God Bless /you/" in my future writing endeavours. May I return the good wishes, and God Bless all at Damazine in Syria, Damascus! The world of poetry has an appeal that stretches all the way from London to Damascus in Syria.
My books are now for sale online www.amazon.com Rock Me and Four Questions and New Release ..
In For A Penny In For a Pound - www.publishamerica.com
Thanks Serene Taleb-Agha, Editor in Chief and all good wishes to Damazine Literary Journal of the Muslim World in Syria ... Damascus! Hard work pays up and welcomes one to the world of publication in a paying market!