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  • Started by Kate S.
    Many published writers have fabulous (or classy or sassy or modest) photographs of themselves on their books, websites, etc. How does one go about deciding on photos? Having them taken? Details would be great!
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  • Hi all, I've been writing poetry/prose/screenplays my whole life but they were always just for my eyes only (or to a select few friends). Once I finished university an...
  • Just posted a review on my blog, www.widowsphere.blogspot.com of On the Doorposts of All Our Houses (And What Went on Inside) by Donna Siegel. With charm and wit, she...
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  • Started by Kate O\'Mara
    CALL FOR Ghost Stories fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and photography: Short Stories are 500-3500 words, 1-3 poems or up to 3 black and white photos. Deadline is August 25, 2015. Submit to: sezpublishing[at]hotmail[dot]com For more information: http://sezpublishing.blogspot.com/
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  • For writers age 18-30, Narrative Magazine has a 30 Below contest for all kinds of art and media. The deadline is October 29, so hurry! http://www.narrativemagazine.com...
  • Midlife? For some, the word implies crossing a dreaded line where life is all downhill from there. I’m blessed with a constitution that doesn’t subscribe to this.  Cer...
  • Started by Tracy Slater
    Last reply by Erika Penzer Kerekes
    Hi all: In case anyone is interested: Off the Coast seeks submissions for Special Fall Food Issue, Deadline Sept 15. Off the Coast Magazine seeks submissions of art...
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  • Started by Estella
    Greetings Everyone,   I have been a member of She Writes since 2009, but this is the first time I'm actually using it. I have recently started a new blog (and by recen...
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  • Memoirs (and) SUBMISSION GUIDELINES: THE BASICS What to submit Memoir (and) publishes memoirs in many forms. We strive with each issue to include a selection of pros...
  • How did I miss this thread?  This is a tough question because I've taken a couple of blogging workshops and the first question they always ask is "What's your platform...