New stuff (and people) on Project Q Atlanta

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imageThere’s a lot happening on Project Q Atlanta this week.

We’re proud to announce that the site added four contributors to broaden the voices on PQA Today, our blog that’s updated throughout the day.

Mike Fleming: The former editor of David Atlanta and arts editor of Southern Voice is now lending his writing talents to us. His newest piece went live on Thursday and talks with the authors behind “Out Traveler: Atlanta.” Read it here.

Mike Alvear: The noted sex advice and relationship columnist gets in the Valentin\’s Day mood with his first post for Project Q Atlanta, which runs through the perfect positioning for sex on that special day. Read it here.

John Long: An Atlanta career coach and consultant offers his tips on staying professionally healthy in these tough economic times. His first post for Project Q walks you through reading a company\’s diversity barometer when considering a job change. Read it here.

Monica Helms: The longtime Atlanta transgender activist isn\’t afraid to mince words. Her latest post explains why she\’s one tranny who doesn’t find “tranny” offensive. Read it here.

Enjoy the new voices!

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