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  • Started by Lone Morch
    Last reply by Lone Morch
    ...s whom we can invite, as this helps draw a larger crowd of people who are willing to support you by buying books. We will send up to 200 postcard invites to your list.  Please note th...
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  • Started by April Katko
    ...iefer leaves right after hanging up on Susan.             Ten minutes later he's on doorstep and ringing the doorbell. Susan answers the door and invites Kiefer into the hall. “I can’...
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  • Started by Yoonj Kim
    ...ele Weldon. More information is posted below - hope to see some of you there! in partnership with Want to change the world? The OpEd Project invites you to participate in an inno...
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  • ...ing, and looking for solutions.  I remind myself how much I like to be alone writing and researching and having a good reason to turn down dinner invites.  I've had to practice a mant...
  • ...orary Seattle at the upper end of middle age, asks herself, “Now what?”  She meets Peter, a wealthy jack-of-all-trades, in the grocery store.  He invites her for a beer, and she embar...
  • ...ets Emma, a punk rocker with a penchant for gummy bears, and her every move catches him off guard. She’s everything he’s ever wanted and when she invites Rube back stage at a local mu...
  • Last reply by Amanda K. Jaros
    ...p at CRWOPPS.  I'm just the messenger, so please contact Sugar Mule with questions:   Sugar Mule: A Literary Magazine (http://www.sugarmule.com/) invites submissions for a special iss...
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  • I have to agree that Facebook apps are a time suck.  I don't play the online games or respond to FB invites or presents or whatever those things are that show up on my wall.  I hearti...
  • Started by Deborah Siegel
    The OpEd Project is blowing through the Windy City (my hometown, yay!) and invites She Writers in the Chicago area to participate in an innovative program to change the world's conver...
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  • The debut book by Bathsheba Smithen invites readers along as she, at the age of 25, confronts the harsh realities of her existence-the product of adultery between her mother and a mar...
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