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The Journal for Social Era Knowledge
by Meg Tufano, M.A.
THE SOCIAL ERA |
Literary Essay by Giselle Minoli
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Please enjoy the first chapter of our first fiction publication by S+™ by downloading the chapter PDF for free at the following link.
How I Started Drinking by Meg Tufano is the story of an online professor from the East Coast whose life and loves are getting all mixed up like a dog's breakfast down in her ex-husband's down home town in Tennessee.
This novel won the "Best Novel" award from The Tennessee Mountain Writers; and Meg Tufano also won the top overall prize for "Excellence in Writing."
Book may be purchased on Amazon, here.
Copy Me and Other Science Fiction Stories by Laston Kirkland
A Primer on Carl G. Jung by Meg Tufano, M.A.
The Social Era, a Novel by Meg Tufano
Volume 2, Issue #1 - December 31, 2013
The Journal for Social Era Knowledge is a peer-reviewed journal, global in scope, but written in English (with occasional articles in other languages as needed), published online three times a year by SynaptIQ+. Its purpose is to stimulate research and encourage business and academic exchanges for the advancement of social era understanding. It also publishes short fiction, theoretical essays, best-practices in Social Era expertise, and empirical papers for those interested in the compelling questions engendered by the introduction of the Social Era.