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I Want Your Story for the 2014 Autograph University Yearbook

If you’ve been hanging around Autograph University you know our annual yearbook is the project nearest to my heart. It’s a collection of stories from collectors just like you (and I hope this year we can include one from YOU). The past two issues have featured works that touch on every emotion, from suspenseful pieces to ones that have you reaching for Kleenex.

I Want Your Story for the Autograph University YearbookI need your help to make the 2014 Yearbook the best and biggest yet. Can we best last year’s 15 submissions? I know we can. (If you haven’t already, check out our fantastic 2013 edition.)

We all have a favorite autograph story, whether it’s a memorable celebrity encounter or a multi-signed piece you spent years finishing. To be a part of our Yearbook all you have to do is email me your story. That’s it—you’re published!

The 2014 Yearbook will be distributed in June as an eBook and will be free to download.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Stories will be accepted until May 31. Email your submission to matt@autographu.com.
  • Your story should be as long as it needs to be (although 200 – 500 words is recommended).
  • Have a picture? Send it along and I’ll include it.
  • Include your Name and the Contact Information you’d like to appear with your entry (e.g., email, Twitter handle, website URL).

About the author: is the founder of Autograph University. He lives in the Boston area with his wife and two sons. Connect with him on Twitter at @mattraymond.

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  • Craig Perosi April 24, 2014, 12:00 pm

    Hawking autographs at the 1996 Baseball HOF inductions.It was Sat. the day before inductions at the annual golf outing.I had bagged a few graphs the regular good signers Fingers,Perry,Rizzuto etc.I noticed Reggie Jackson who is tough for free and usually nasty.He was crossing the street between the front nine and back nine.I just happened to be in front of him he went to push me out of the way and said a $%#@ word to me as he pushed he placed his hand right on my off duty weapon looked at me took my baseball signed it and kept walking.I got the only Reggie that day.

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