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List of PAYING lit mags from Poetry Has Value + poets share their $$$ stats

Poetry Has Value is a blog created by professor and poet Jessica Piazza. Jessica is a great supporter of poets and has been tracking her poetry dollars since early 2015. 468 more words

Writing Resources

EnglishLitGeek reblogged this on English Lit Geek and commented:

Trish has an awesome blog for poets who want to submit their work with tons of great info. Thanks Trish!

"Perfect Wives In Ideal Homes": British women in the 1950s

“Perfect Wives in Ideal Homes: The Story of Women in the 1950s” by Virginia Nicholson, Viking, 2015

Virginia Nicholson tells the story of women in the 1950s: a time, when divorce spelled scandal, two-piece swimsuits caused mass alarm and the only thing women were expected to do after finishing school, was to get married. 329 more words

[OFFICIAL] 160928 f(Victoria) = TRENDSHEALTH Magazine October Issue [1P]

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The City Mouse and the Country Mouse

Another double page spread illustrating a poem – The City Mouse and the Country Mouse – for Ladybug, a ‘literary children’s magazine’, was commissioned during the spring, just as I was crawling out of my winter ‘Call of the Wild’ fug.  309 more words

Helen Cann

Why I Stopped Buying Fashion Magazines

I stopped buying magazines from the beginning of the year (with the exception of Frankie and Yen). The main reason is really that a lot of fashion news, magazines and articles can now be accessed from online. 924 more words

Fashion

Behold Life

Behold Life
Denise Fletcher

Behold life
    between
        deep love
 and longing
    breathe peace
              follow
a quiet path through
  the ancient forest
        and live

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Poetry

W Magazine: October 2016 - Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Veep‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus is featured in the October 2016 issue of W Magazine.

In the digital issue Julia talks her work:

“I don’t approach my work from a gender point of view.

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TV