Category Archives: Markets for Writers

Kids (not) Talking Trauma

This morning I was reading The Sun, one of my favorite magazines. This month’s issue features an interview about love with Barbara Fredrickson, the director of the “Positive Emotions and Psychophysiology” Lab at Chapel Hill. I was struck by one interview question and her … Continue reading

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Another Market for Writers: Teaching Tolerance

I discovered another amazing publication for those wanting to make a positive difference in the lives of children today. The publication and blog is called Teaching Tolerance. From the website they are, “A place to find thought-provoking news, conversation and … Continue reading

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Rainbow Rumpus–Literary Magazine for children with GLBTQ parents

Cruising around for magazine markets to submit my writing to today (yes, I have finally decided that this is the year to take the plunge and get over my fear of submitting), I was delighted to discover what looks like … Continue reading

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An Immigrant’s story: Review of Mali Under the Night Sky by Youme Landowne

So I’ve just discovered a new favorite Independent Press: Cinco Puntos Press. They generously sent me a few books that they thought might be of interest to folks reading this blog, and I plan to feature them over the next … Continue reading

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