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Here at You&Me we are looking forward to a happy and productive 2017 for all as we enter our 11th (!) year of publication. Best wishes to everybody for the new year!
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Hi everyone! Time for another update with hopefully helpful suggestions for those thinking of querying us about an article that we might like to buy for our magazine. Number one, (although if you are reading this you are probably not the audience we are wishing would learn this) please, please, please read the magazine you are considering for your query. We have lost track of the number of queries we get that ask questions such as "what kind of articles are you looking for?" Such queries will never be successful at any publication. These happen, we believe, because writers find our name at...
Merle Revel author of "Where's My Boob?" http://www.youandmemagazine.com/articles/mastectomy-wheres-my-boob has provided us with an update: "Where Is My Boob?" is now a book. It is available on amazon, along with some of her other works. https://www.amazon.com/Where-my-Boob-MERLE-REVEL-ebook/dp/B00U1LARZ6/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1476732227&sr=8-4&keywords=where+is+my+boob
Seems a cardiologist, Dr. Aseem Malhotra, has released a crowdfunded documentary on diet called “The Big Fat Fix,” in which he talks about how our culture has developed a dangerous misunderstanding of dietary fat. Basically over the past 50 years or so, dietary fat has been “demonized” and blamed for a variety of health problems, yet scientific study has pretty much failed to verify that it really does cause these diseases. In fact, a diet with a good amount of fat in it may help treat or prevent some diseases, such as diabetes. With all due respect, this is not new information. A seemingly...
Some authors are more into cross promoting their work than others. Maissa Bessada ( http://www.youandmemagazine.com/articles/infection-what-could-have-happened ) is happy to tell us: “I wrote a six episode SciFi satire called The Destiny of Special Agent Ace Galaksi. http://www.acegalaksi.com “ and she’d love for you to check it out. Others, when we go looking for some other aspects of their work and lives to highlight are a little more elusive. Christine Venzon, author of http://www.youandmemagazine.com/articles/fire-ants-the-slings-and-stings... is obviously a freelance writer according to...
Our contributors aren’t idle when they aren’t writing for us. Here are some sites to visit to learn more about their lives and passions. Warning: You could spend a ;lot of time on these pages. Melissa Janisin has a blog. http://goodnessmadness.com/ And so does Laura Roche http://www.lauraroche.co.uk/ Sara T. Baker has a website about her project http://saratbaker.com/ Kristin George has a blog to check out as well http://strength-in-pain.tk/
This week we are having a theme week; focusing on emergencies. We have a new article from Danielle Currier, and will have another experience to share later this week as well. Check it out!
An Update on some of the fantastic contributors whose stories we are featuring this week. Janel Atlas http://www.youandmemagazine.com/articles/shadow-of-a-stillborn-an-accoun... has published a book They Were Still Born, https://www.amazon.com/Janel-C-Atlas-Personal-Stillbirth/dp/B004QEY8OU, featuring personal stories about stillbirth. Dwight “Ike” Valdez, http://www.youandmemagazine.com/articles/helen-keller-was-right continues to work as an audiologist At Alliance Audiology in Concord, NH. Shaunna Privratsky, http://www.youandmemagazine.com/articles/hes-not-the-man-i-married is a writer...
A note for our esteemed query-ers. Sometimes we try to reply and we get an automated message back that your email is no good. If you have not received any reply to your question or query, you may want to consider resending under a different email address. Also, for all, if your email address does not contain your name, please consider putting your name in the subject line along with your subject ("submission query" or similar.) That way your email will be easy to find if we need to communicate with you. Thank you and thank you very much to all who have submitted queries. We really do...

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