Lea Grover's Groups (5)

  • Post-Confessional Poetry

    29 members Latest Activity: Aug 30, 2013 A place To share post-confessional poetry, topics, and feed-back. Looking for the "I" poetry, particularily involving spirituality, mental illness,…

  • Funny Women

    688 members Latest Activity: yesterday I want to encourage women to submit to humor venues. I urge you; I implore you. Let’s start a revolution and change the world’s mind about who’s…

  • Women Who MisBehave

    132 members Latest Activity: Jul 15, 2016 For those who are determined to pursue their dreams and rise above externally imposed limitations, I dare you to MisBehave: Speak Truth to Power.

  • Working/writing mothers who suffer from twinsanity

    14 members Latest Activity: Apr 2, 2013 Being a professional in film world,a published writer, now a comedic performer, am mothering twin 7 yr old girls who somehow already where my…

  • Mother Writer!

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    Moms who write with spunk and sass.

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