The first issue of 2020 Fill in the Gap Magazine is coming soon.
In the meantime, you can read last year’s issues at uppcreative.com/fill-in-the-gaps/
Accepting submissions til Monday, August 31.
Looking for writers, photographers, poets, and artists for the 2020 issues. There will be two issues this year which will speak to how this year has changed your life. If you want to submit a story email email@example.com
Still looking for work from writers, photographers, poets and artists for the 2020 issues. There will be two issues this year which will speak to how this year has changed your life. If you want to submit a story email me firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be 2 issues of Fill In the Gap Magazine for 2020. We will look at how the major issues of the year influence our communities. We are looking for stories about the Impeachment, The Pandemic and the Protests. What was it like homeschooling your kids for two months? Where you able to work from home or did you lose your job? Were you a first responder who feared for your life? Email me email@example.com
I hope you learned something and it encouraged your spirit to see all of the things African Americans accomplished throughout history.
The new magazine Fill In The Gap Magazine is designed to give a voice to marginalized groups with helpful information and entertainment. It will also give insight into different cultures.
Our Winter Issue is available. You will learn some things you didn’t know.
Winter Issue Fill In The Gap Winter Issue 2019
Click here for access to other issues. Fill In The Gap
George Washington Carver became one of the leading agronomists of his time, pioneering numerous uses for peanuts, soybeans, and sweet potatoes. Born a slave in Missouri in midst of the Civil War, Carver was fascinated by plants from an early age. As the first African-American undergraduate student at Iowa State, he studied soybean fungi and developed new means of crop rotation. After earning his master’s degree, Carver accepted a job at Alabama’s Tuskegee Institute, a leading university of African Americans. It was at Tuskegee that Carver made his greatest contributions to science, developing more than 300 uses for the peanut alone, including soap, skin lotion, and paint. (information from thoughtco.com)