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Stories Wanted!

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Posted by Ken Haas on December 10, 1999 at 15:50:08:

I would like to start off by saying that in no way am I going to publish or even consider publishing any stories that will have a negative impact on reptiles. This publication will be geared towards the enjoyment of reptile enthusiast and not the general public.
I need short stories pertaining to reptiles such as field collecting, reptile encounters, does and doníts, learning experiences, etc. All stories will be reviewed and considered. Writers of the stories that will be used will be notified (by mail or e-mail). Again all stories will be read and considered so donít hesitate to send them (size of the stories should not exceed one and a half pages.
If you have any questions or would like to send a story you can contact me at the addresses or numbers below. All stories must be fact and confidentiality depends upon the request of the writer. I will need a signed letter along with the story waving all rights and allowing me to publish the story (pictures are also excepted). There will be different categories so please specify at the top of the story (python, iguana, venomous snakes and so on). Stories should be exciting, informative or have some relevance to reptiles in general.
I have collected, breed and educated the public on reptiles for over twenty years. My main goal in life has been to reach out and convince the general public that reptiles are not the evil creatures that most people believe. I continue by educating them on the values and advantages of keeping these dedicated mousers and delicate animals around for future generations.
A percentage of the proceeds from this publication will go to a charity involved with nature (save the rainforest etc.).

I still need photos of pit vipers from North America for another publication that is almost finished. I will either purchase the pictures or other arrangements will be made between the photographer and myself at the time of exchange.

Thank you in advance,
Ken Haas
1106 W. Bell Rd. Apt. 1220
Phoenix, Az. 85023
Home # (602)548-6933
Cell # (602)410-0130

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