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Does anybody know whether there is such a thing as a Writers' Attorney, you know, someone who know the legalities of writing?
It all works, now, Carol. Good job.
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Carol, check your link. You click on it and it goes nowhere.
This week's blog article at Writing Women's Lives? Showing up for your writing is no different than showing up for someone you love, except instead of paying attention to someone else, you turn your attention inward and listen to your Self. Read "Writing Memoir: The Fine Art of Listening to Your Self" here.
In need of summer reads: http://j.mp/1kwNwej
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
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