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Am finally taking steps to get active in She Writes. I've had first person nonfiction essays published so this group is me. Hi there. :)
Just back from my first-time visit to Ecuador. Take a peek:
ModCloth.com, an e-retailer of vintage-inspired fashion by small, independent designers, is seeking submissions for its second issue of The Written Wardrobe, especially creative nonfiction and essays.
Please see our current issue for inspiration before submitting your piece: http://www.modcloth.com/the-written-wardrobe
We look forward to reading your work!
I'm new to this group. Somehow I haven't thought of myself as an essayist despite contributing essays to several anthologies. I put one on the blog, Dames of Dialogue early this month if you'd like to check it out. Also, along with several other Southern Writers group members I contributed to the anthology, Oil and Water and Other Things That Don't Mix, a charitable collection that benefits two worthy organizations helping people and animals who were victims of the HBP oil spill. My only published book so far is Real Country: From the Fast Track to Appalachia, winner of the 2009 Humor Book of the Year from the NC High Country Writers. My website is http://lissajbrown.tripod.com . Confused? My real name is Lissa Brown. I originally joined SheWrites under my pen name and it's too confusing to switch. Sorry about that.
Updated Blog Post: The View From Here
Please come visit the blog to read my interview with writer Myrna Kostash about her book Prodigal Daughter: A Journey to Byzantium. We talk about her pursuit of Saint Demetrius, her return to the Eastern Orthodox Church, feminism, nonfiction, and what it means to write on the margins.<http://julijasukys.com>.
If you have a new book of creative nonfiction you'd like to chat about, please feel free to send me a note through the blog or here on SheWrites.
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