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Moondance’s Focus and Readership
Moondance is intended to represent the diversity and unique talents of all creative women. Submissions should reflect the interests of our international readers, who are actively seeking information that will assist in improving the quality their lives — intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. Moondance is designed for presenting the enjoyment of a moment of quiet reflection, a creative connection between cultures, and a meeting of mind and soul.
Moondance was awarded an honorable mention in the 1999 UNESCO Web Prize Awards, Category I (Free Themes). The UNESCO Web Prize Competition is awarded in recognition of outstanding achievements by artists, designers and programmers in creating websites in the fields of competence of UNESCO. The Prize reflects the cultural and societal importance of the new information and communication technologies and their use in the promotion of the ideals of UNESCO. The UNESCO Web Prize is a sub-category of the UNESCO Prize for the Promotion of the Arts.
The Web Prize Jury, which selected Moondance from over 500 contestants, said: “Moondance is an on-line literary arts magazine supporting and promoting art and literature by and about women. This genuine ezine is a quality publication that enriches and expands horizons”.