Saturday, June 2, 2012

Slake for a Cause

Saturday, June 2, 2012
Slake: Los Angeles, the quarterly reader cofounded by former L.A. Weekly editors Joe Donnelly and Laurie Ochoa, is devoted to the endangered art of deeply reported narrative journalism.

Slake had some issues with the initial print run for the issue "Dirt" and now has boxes of books that have wonderful stories and art and are great to read, love and look at, but are not quite sell-able.

So... Slake wants to give these issues away to good causes. Are you a teacher who would like to share great literature with your students? Do you work at a shelter or halfway house? Are you up to some other greatness that would benefit from a few copies of Slake? If so, Slake is down for the cause.

Write to Slake with "Slake for a cause" in the subject line and describe who you are, what you do, who you help and how Slake would help you. Indicate how many copies you need to do it. Slake will review and get back to you. Don't worry, Slake won't discriminate. If you're not kicking dogs, chances are they'll help you out.
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