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The Blue Lyra Review is hosting The Living Earth Creative Nonfiction Prize, to be judged by Sharman Apt Russell, author of Standing in the Light: My Life as a Pantheist and Diary of a Citizen Scientist. Essays can be 5,000 words maximum and must be about nature. Prize is $100, and entry fees are $9 per entry ($15 includes purchase of the Blue Lyra Review’s 2014 anthology).
The contest is open for submissions May 1 – June 30. Full guidelines and submittable link are at: http://bluelyrareview.com/submissions/contests/
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My latest blog article about the importance of trusting your voice in writing and in life at Writing Women's Lives. Enjoy! Marilyn
Revenge of the Stay At Home Mother http://j.mp/R0OFjm
I recently participated in a writing process blog tour that proved incredibly enlightening. How much we can learn about ourselves from our writing process! What's your process? You can read about mine here.
For Writing Topics, Watch TV -- http://redroom.com/member/lorraine-duffy-merkl/blog/for-writing-top...
Happy New Writing Year! Here are my thoughts on choosing a Writing Word that helps you become the writer you want to be in 2014 http://writingwomenslives.com/whats-your-writing-word-become-the-wr...
Thanks, Carol, for the WIN notification, I just submitted! Fingers crossed...
Hello all! and welcome Mary! Nature stories are being accepted at www.louisegracepublishing.com Submissions received by 15 January 2014 will be considered for the first WIN-Women in Nature series book, due out May 2014, but submissions will remain open for future scheduled books. Thank you all! And ... may your words flow with ease!
Ooops. Wrong link in previous post to my blog on how gratitude strengthens your relationship to your writing and to yourself. You can read it here at Writing Women's Lives. Sorry for the confusion! Marilyn
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