NOVA SCOTIA: A literacy organization is looking for aspiring writers, poets or booklovers from Nova Scotia to participate in writing of a novel with other people from around the world.
The World Literacy Foundation is hoping people young or old from Nova Scotia who have a passion for literature will put their hand up and join this community collaboration project called My Name is Ink.
All profits generated by the book will be donated to a literacy charitable organization called the World Literacy Foundation.
Andrew Kay, CEO of the World Literacy Foundation, said it’s a unique chance for buddy writers in Nova Scotia to co-contribute alongside well known authors, artist and celebrities in the development of this novel.
“Each participant can first purchase one or more sentences to write the book,” Kay said in a release. “Already 52 people have signed up to the project.”
My Name is Ink is the creative collaboration project in the joint writing of the book, designed to highlight/promote the virtues of writing and collective intelligence.
My Name is Ink officially launched on September 8 (International Literacy Day).
Details via https://mynameisink.org/
About the World Literacy Foundation https://worldliteracyfoundation.org/