The first in the series, Perspective: Africa, includes content by renowned journalists, writers, and photojournalists, as well as previously non-published writers, with content covering civil and human rights, economic, social, and cultural topics. Submissions for the September 2016 issue are being accepted now, and guidelines can be seen on the website.
Perspective Publications launches Perspective: Europe & Middle East in August, and the call for content is open now.
Perspective: Africa's March issue covers the David and Goliath-style battle between rural farmers and a giant Australian mining company on the Wild Coast of South Africa, with a photo spread by African Eyes Photography's, Max Bastard. Former CIA analyst, attorney, and journalist, Jack Rice details his moving experience in Sudan with a personal essay about human slavery, and New York Times contributor, Keith Schneider, discusses the ongoing drought as well as the controversy over two nuclear power stations built in South Africa. Also, Grammy-award winning music producer (Tinariwen) Ian Brennan shares his experience recording an album of music in a Malawi prison, which was nominated for a Grammy Award this year.
The journals are available in print and digital editions, with distribution by Ingram Book Group, which has the largest distribution network in the world with over 39,000 retailers, libraries, and e-retailers receiving their catalogue. Both issues are also available on Amazon sites globally.
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Executive Editor, Leigh Barrett recently returned to South Africa after a lengthy stay in America to launch Perspective Publications. A veteran journalist with experience in television, print, and radio, and a strong advocate of ethical journalism, Barrett states the main goals of the publications as an effort to present as full a 'perspective' of this diverse world as possible, going beyond the headline stories covered in most media, and also to give a platform to writers and photographers working in humanitarian news who frequently struggle to find an outlet for the important topics we face globally.
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