H.A.A.R.P/ECHT!

"Echt!" and "H.A.A.R.P." Magazines are specifically designed by and for Metanoia University, Inc., publicists and writer-artists.

 
 
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"H.A.A.R.P." (an acronym for "Humanities, Arts, And Real People") is the public relations, marketing, and advertising-specific tool for MUI. These magazines will get our writer-artists noticed and create buzz for them. Our team of marketing, advertising, and public relations

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These magazines will get our writer-artists noticed and create buzz for them. Our team of marketing, advertising, and public relations professionals will make sure that these publications showcase our writer-artists in the best possible way and that they receive maximum exposure in all the right media outlets. You can go viral overnight!


The latter publication, Sweet Inspirations: Celebrating Written Art (2016), was presented to Nikki Giovanni (iconic poetic and nationally-recognized speaker).

Ms. Giovanni was the inspiration behind the book (a collection of various art forms including poetry, photography, and short stories), and she was the second honoree of the press. The first honoree, Judith Jamison (former dancer and Director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater), was featured on an honorary issue of Echt! Magazine and given copies the first two preliminary works from the press.

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Our other Instuties

MUIP publishes various artistic narratives--not just academic ones. It was birthed out of Stephanie's love for publishing, marketing, and public relations, and her frustration with her employer (a major university) not having an official university press. Seeing a need for innovative, relevant works, Stephanie started and found funding for an unofficial university press where she was working. Although the press was temporary, it had some highly-impactful work. That unofficial press published preliminary editions of two books and a complete edition of one book.