Welcome to …
… Tuning In to Rx Music, the newsletter of the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Music Therapy Association.
This quarterly publication brings music therapy information, news and views directly to your computer screen.
If you want to know what’s going on in the field of music therapy and who in our region is making it happen, you need to read Tuning In to Rx Music!
We welcome articles from our members. Your perspectives, experience and knowledge enrich our newsletter. Committee reports, legislative news, research, new programming, and essays are examples of the types of articles commonly featured. Please refer to Guidelines for Contributors for specifications and suggestions. The editors reserve the right to edit articles as necessary.
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It’s important to us that the newsletter is available to and read by the entire membership, including folks who don’t have a computer or internet access. If this is the case for you, please write to us and register for a free hard copy subscription, renewable yearly for as long as you need. A photocopy of the print version will be sent to your mailing address. If you can send an email, contact the editor (subject line: Hard Copy), or send by regular mail to:
Mark Ahola, LCAT, MT-BC
1913 Dean Street
Niskayuna, NY 12309
Re: Hard Copy
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Newsletter Submission Info:
As your friendly neighborhood newsletter editors, our goal is to fill these pages with all the regional news that’s fit to print. For that we need your help. Tell us what’s happening in your world of Music Therapy, so we can share it with the rest of the membership. Along with committee and board reports, features such as local meeting news, special events, unique programming, personal perspectives and reflections, etc. will be considered.
|Deadlines Winter: January 15 Spring: April 15 Summer: July 1 Fall: October 1||All contributors should follow the guidelines on this handy checklist: Use 12 point Arial font, if possible Limit formatting Check spelling of any names referenced Indicate your name as you would like it to appear in the byline, with credentials Include a small headshot of yourself, if desired Any photos that illustrate your piece must have releases Note submission deadline Email your article as a Word file attachment to email@example.com|
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