Seaway Trail Inc. plans to publish a new “Only along the Great Lakes Seaway Trail” book, and is asking for content.
They would like to hear stories about real local events, people, and places, especially those with a maritime flavor.
Seaway Trail says the book will have a definite historical quality, but that they plan to mix in stories of the supernatural and native legends.
This book is intended to be a lively and entertaining illustrated collection of the best anecdotes, tales and vignettes of people, places and events of the historical, cultural and natural fabric along the Great Lakes Seaway Trail. It will be a traveling companion for anyone touring the region.
They seek stories in a text file, along with high-resolution copyright-free images to illustrate the story. They would like responses by Oct. 15 to email@example.com.
Publication is expected early in 2011. One free copy will be provided for each story featured in the book.
For more info, contact Ron Toelke, Toelke Associates, (518) 392-3040, or visit www.toelkeassociates.com.