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Calling All Writers! Step "Write" up and get yourself some SLM Announcements! - Kelly Fitzharris Faulk, Editor-in-Chief

Here’s to Life, Literature, and bringing the spirit of SLM back!

Sometimes, we’re trying so hard to open a figurative closed door in our lives that we fail to look behind us to see a brand-new, shining, glassed-in sun-room. 405 more words

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Charlottesville: We Cannot Wash Our Hands of This

The year after my son was born, my husband had a wonderful job opportunity in Charlottesville, Virginia so we moved our life and newborn to this lovely location for a few years.  1,318 more words

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Letter From The New Editor

By Ruby Samuels

Allow me to introduce myself: I am Ruby Samuels. I enjoy writing, running, boxing, talking to strangers and long walks on the beach. 278 more words

Letter from the Editor: About Peregrine Magazine

Peregrine Magazine is a long time in the making, though the ideas that formed the foundation for the magazine only coalesced quite recently. An offshoot of the group behind  549 more words

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Frequent Flyer Miles - Editor-in-Chief, Kelly Fitzharris

It’s no surprise to most of you that I’m kind of a frequent flyer – slash – frequent traveler.

The experiences I’ve had while traveling alone (sans fiance and/or my two beautiful children) have been some of the most poignant and interesting ones. 794 more words

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Letter From the Editor - August 2017

When I set out to start the podcast – followed by the blog a year later – I had no end game in sight. I never pontificated questions like, “What do I want out of this?” “Will I make a living doing it?” or “Will I stop doing this if I haven’t reached (insert goal) in (insert number) years?” As I sit right here and now I can answer those questions: a place for my like-minded friends to work out/share ideas/opinions about horror movies; not that I can see (not that money was ever the goal); no. 783 more words

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Some Like it Hot

It was a crisp fall day when I got the wonderful news that I was pregnant with my son;  shortly thereafter, however, I received a bit of information I felt more ambivalent about…he was actually due on MY birthday. 714 more words

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