Writing For Print

My friend Harold is Chief Operating Officer of the American Radio Relay League – the national organization of ham radio operators. Recently, he asked if I’d write an article for QST, the League’s monthly magazine.

The article is a non-technical look at antennas for Field Day. From Wikipedia:

Field Day is an annual amateur radio exercise sponsored by the American Radio Relay League which encourages emergency communications preparedness.

I like to write. This will give me a chance to write against deadline. I have a week.

This afternoon, I sent a note to some possible interviewees. By tonight the ball should be rolling.

I’ve blogged about this because I know some of you reading this are hams and might have Field Day experience. If you’d like to participate, please drop me a note.

In the meantime, isn’t that writer’s block I see making a left onto my street?

One thought on “Writing For Print”

  1. Been There, Done That….A lot. I’ve participated in Field Day for the last 17 years and have been the primary organizer for my club 3 times. I’ve hung antennas on trees, light poles, flag poles and light houses. I’d be glad to help.

    John N1OLO

    ps; I like Vegas too.

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