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 Cursed Friday Giftures

As you probably have heard, the Cubs won the World Series the other night. If you haven’t it’s because you were hiding in a bunker for the last 108 years and didn’t know that it w…

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Enter At Your Own Risk

With any luck this time, next year, I’ll be blogging more and a published author (gee, maybe I should finish writing a book first, but I want to believe). But for now, let me say, without hope or a…

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November/December 2016 Writing Contests – Rachel Poli

November 2016 Type: Fiction (Short Short Story) Hosted by: Writer’s Digest Deadline: November 15, 2016 (early-bird) Entry Fee: $20 Type: Fiction (Fall) Hosted by: The Masters Review Deadline: Novem…

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Story (And How The Walking Dead Uses All Seven In A Single Episode) | Allison Maruska

Last night, I finally got the chance to watch the Season 7 premier of The Walking Dead. I made the mistake of watching it right before I went to bed. It took a while to fall asleep. Like, a couple …

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The First Named Author

(Above:  Enheduanna, her Estate Manager Adda, her hair dresser Ilum Palilis, and her scribe Sagadu.) Enheduanna. En (chief priestess) hedu (ornament) anna (of the Sky God, An) died in 2250 BC at th…

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  1. D. Parker says:

    Thank you so much, Candace, this is so kind of you. Hope this weekend is being good to you and best wishes for an awesome week ahead. 🙂

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    1. You’re very welcome and good luck with your book.

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  2. elainemansfield says:

    So that’s how to teach a baby to meditate. Patience required. I’m a big fan of Enheduanna and her beloved Inanna. I love seeing this image here. Always a little jolt of joy to remember the first poet whose name we know was a woman.

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