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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, JANUARY 22- MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2010 69 Writing for the magazine market topic of Feb: 13 seminar Terry Plowman to give presentation / Terry Plowman will speak on writing for the local magazine market at 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 13, at The Brick Hotel in George- town. Sponsored by the Eastern Shore Writers' Association, this program is free and open to the public. An optional lunch follows the presenta- TerryPIowman tion. Plowman will share tips from an editor's point of view, such as whether editors prefer queries or finished products and how mag- azine stories differ from newspa- per stories. Plowman will also offer a detailed discussion in- cluding freelance acquisitions and topics editors fred most in- triguing. Aspiring and established writ- ers are invited to attend Plow- man's presentation, which de- tails how he edits submissions and whether he is accepting pho- tography. He will discuss details ranging from lead times to author com- pensation. Plowman served as editor of the Delaware Coast Press from 1993 to 1998. He then worked as a freelance editor and writer while making plans to launch Delaware Division of Arts grant applications due March ] Info sessions slated for Jan. 26, 28 The Delaware Division of the Arts has released its fiscal year 2011 grant guidelines and appli- cations for organizations pre- senting arts programs and activi- ties between Sept. 1, 2010 and Aug. 31, 2011. The deadline for applications is March 1. Grant in- formation and application forms are available on the division's website at The division's grants support arts programming sponsored by Delaware nonprofit arts organi- zations, community-based or- ganizations, individual artists, and schools. In ftscal year 2010, the division awarded grants to 84 organizations for presenting arts programs at a variety of arts ven- ues including theaters, muse- urns, and art centers, as well as community venues like libraries, schools, parks, and festivals. These arts programs bring a rich array of experiences to commu- nities throughout the state. A history of the division's grant awards is available on its web- site. The Division of the Arts will hold two pubfic information ses- sions specifically for individual artists, new arts organizations and not-for-profit organizations that present community arts proiects. Division staff will re- view available programs and services for individual artists and community-based organiza- tions presenting arts program- ming, as well as eligibility re- quirements for the STARTUP program for new arts organiza- tions. Sessions are scheduled from 1 to 2"30 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 26, at the Appoq "umimink Public Library in Middletown; and from 1 to 2"30 p.rm, Thursday, Jan. 28, at the Delaware State Service Center, 13 S.W. Front St., Milford. Division staff is available to an- swer questions about program eligibility and assist organiza- tions during the application process. A division staff person can be reached by calfing the main number at 302-577-8278 be- tween the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Fri- day. The Delaware Division of the Arts is an agency of the state of Delaware. Together with its ad- visory body, the Delaware State Arts Council, the division ad- ministers grants and programs that support artists and arts or- ganizations, educate the public, increase awareness of the arts and integrate the arts into all facets of Delaware life. Funding for division programs is provid- ed by annual appropriations from the Delaware State Legisla- ture and grants from the Nation- al Endowment for the Arts, a fed- era/agency. Hungry? Honest reviews of local restaurants, plus a comprehensive list of off-season specials. Delaware Beach Life. The In'st issue of the magazine was pub- lished in June 2002, and since then he has won numerous awards for its content and de- sigrL Delaware Beach Life was re- cently awarded the Magazine of the Year Award by the Interna- tional Regional Magazine Asso- ciation.