Do you have a story to tell? Is there a research project you’ve had in the back of your mind that you would like to share with a broader community? Voyageur Heritage is seeking submissions! While the pay is not great…you will have access to an editor who will help shape essays for posting and an online publication to your credit!
This blog post constitutes the 99th post on Voyageur Heritage. Will you be the writer of the 100th?
- Essays on a topic of your choice dealing with French Canadian, Metis, and/or First Nations cultures in the Great Lakes region, like Cindy Pomerleau’s Euell Gibbons Meets French Canadian Cuisine and MaryEllen Weller Smith’s Fur Trade Canoes and London Society: The Paintings of Frances Anne Hopkins
- Human interest stories such as Virez les Crepes! and photography projects
- Contributions to The Storykeepers Project – an ongoing project to tell the story of our Great Lakes communities in our own words
- Word of the Week contributions
- Topics from the environment to culture to faith and family.
Contact James LaForest, the editor of this blog, for more information on how to make a difference to our community through sharing your talents with Voyageur Heritage. Queries are welcome from all ages and locations.