Monday, June 12, 2006

**New** International Carnival of Pozitivities

I am in the process of starting a blog carnival for people living with HIV/AIDS around the world. The intent of this carnival is to provide an international forum for those of us who are living with HIV/AIDS. It is not intended to provide a forum for debate over the current model of HIV as a cause of AIDS. If you wish to pursue this topic, please find another forum of like-minded bloggers. This is also not a forum for medical advice. Your doctor is the best person who can offer medical advice and articles that advocate changes to your medical regimen will be rejected.

Otherwise, all topics are up for consideration within the framework of life with HIV and AIDS. Submitters can write about their personal experiences, their medications (including successes and failures), their lifestyle, in short, anything that applies to their fight for life. This forum is also open to submissions from medical professionals and caregivers, though the aim is to provide non-technical articles to assist those of us living within the HIV community. In effect, this forum is intended to present all aspects of life that we experience in our struggle to fight infection with HIV and the development of AIDS.

This carnival will be presented monthly with submissions to be accepted until midnight on the 2nd of each month and publication by a host blogger no later than the 10th of the month at midnight. A separate blog will be created to provide more details. Because this is an international carnival, English will be set as the default language of the Carnival so that we have a lingua franca for communication across all cultures.

Please visit the associated blog International Carnival of Pozitivities for an updated schedule and submission form.



Blogger Brad said...

Hey Ron,

I'm putting up my post about the carnival and couldn't find anyplace where people can sign up to host the carnival. Should they contact you directly?


6/23/2006 07:20:00 PM  
Blogger Ron Hudson said...

Hi Brad,

Yes, anyone wishing to host should email directly.

7/03/2006 06:13:00 AM  

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