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In memory of 
17-year-old, football player 
Matt Colby, 1984 - 2001
Costa Mesa High School, 
Costa Mesa, CA 

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Letters From The Edge:
a celebration of courage and tenacity

Constance Miller. MA, and Kent Campbell, ed.

     You're invited to submit your story!  We are compiling a book of inspirational, short stories called Letters From The Edge: a celebration of courage and tenacity. It is a dynamic compilation of short stories about those who have triumphed over traumatic brain injury. We are honoring survivors of head injury for their strength of will, for believing in themselves, for overcoming adversity, and standing up for themselves or others. Letters From The Edge is meant to move you to laugh to cry, to ponder possibilities, to dream and to make those dreams a reality. 

     We are inviting survivors of brain injury of all ages and backgrounds to submit their stories. Our goal is to have the book represent a wide range of experience and inspiration. Surviving the physical challenges of brain injury is the first step of a lifelong journey of adjustment and accommodation. Re-establishing lives transformed by brain injury requires foresight, fortitude, and unflagging courage. Letters From The Edge is a celebration of those journeys.

     Charting new territory, head injury has been characterized as the "Silent Epidemic."  It has earned that distinction in part because survivors tend to withdraw from society. Letters From The Edge ends the silence and inspires others to take change their lives. 

     Click on the following link to give us a brief description of your story. A review board will look at it to determine whether yours has the potential to deliver what we have set out to do -- to create wide views of what's possible and inspire others to action in their own lives.  Also include a four-to-five sentence biography and mention any causes or foundation with which you are affiliated. 

     If the synopsis of your story is selected you will be asked to submit a longer version  Click Here


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