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“A FLORIDA WILDLIFE MAGAZINE ANTHOLOGY” PREMIERS WITH READING BY AUTHORS

September 9, 2003
Contact:  Dick Sublette (850) 488-9453

The “Florida Wildlife” staff is hosting a reception and book signing to showcase a collection of work from the 56-year history of the magazine.  Some of the authors and editors whose work is featured in the newly released “A Florida Wildlife Magazine Anthology” will read selections.

The reception will be at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 16, at the Myers Park Community Room, 912 Myers Park Drive, in Tallahassee. Refreshments and back-editions of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s magazine, “Florida Wildlife,” will be available.  “A Florida Wildlife Magazine Anthology” will be on sale for $12.95.

Copies also are available by calling (850) 488-5563 or (800) 416-4081 and charging to Visa or MasterCard, or by mailing a check made out to “Wildlife Foundation of Florida, Inc.” to Florida Wildlife Anthology, Wildlife Foundation of Florida, Inc., Post Office Box 11010, Tallahassee, FL 32302. All proceeds will go to the Wildlife Foundation of Florida, Inc., which advanced the publication costs and will use the money to fund FWC projects.

“Florida Wildlife” magazine first rolled off the press in June 1947. The Nov./Dec. 2003 issue will be the magazine’s final run.  A tight budget situation resulted in the loss of funding for the magazine.

“’A Florida Wildlife Magazine Anthology’ is a lovely way immortalize the magazine that chronicled a half-century of natural history of the great state of Florida,” the 10-year editor of “Florida Wildlife” magazine, Dick Sublette said.

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