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Monday, March 5, 2012

Contests: MAC & cj


The winners for the February MAC contest, which required the use of the words heart and burrito, include Mary Ivey, Mary Palmer, and Rebecca Barrett. The two Marys apparently both have a romantic interest in engagement rings floating in melted cheese and sour cream and tied for second place. Each will receive a 20% coupon to use for future editing or writing projects from Written Word (aka as Mahala Church). Mary Ivey is a consistent winner on this site, and I'm convinced she is working on having a free project from me.

Rebecca Barrett is the grand prizewinner this month and since she owns over 3,000 books, she will have a new one to add to her collection, Writing from the Heart by Nancy Slonim Aronie, plus a coupon from WW.

Congratulations to all of you! I will post their pieces shortly.


A big shout out to cj whose poetry has been published online at www.deadmule.com/poetry. The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature says, "We are — arguably— the last true bastion of individuality left in the US. The Dead Mule Southern Legitimacy Statement is about describing those things which are uniquely southern, wherever you are." Rebecca Barrett is the grand prizewinner this month and since she owns over 3,000 books, she will have a new one to add to her collection, Writing from the Heart by Nancy Slonim Aronie, plus a coupon from WW.

Congratulations to all of you! I will post their pieces shortly.


A big shout out to cj whose poetry has been published online at www.deadmule.com/poetry.

The Dead Mule Society says, "We are — arguably— the last true bastion of individuality left in the US. The Dead Mule Southern Legitimacy Statement is about describing those things which are uniquely southern, wherever you are." cj's poems are "Day Dreams" and "Land's End," and for this poetry novice, they are understandable which is a requirement to get me to read poetry. Much past Dr. Seuss and I'm lost, but not in cj's work. Like Martin Luther, who translated the Bible into German so the everyday people could read it, cj translates poetry into an inspiring read that every person can relate to. Oh, by the way, do not look for cj; these poems are under one of her non-de plumes - em a Olsen. I'm making a list of her alter egos so I can keep track of her and all her accomplishments. Well done, writing buddy.


cj's poems are "Day Dreams" and "Land's End," and for this poetry novice, they are understandable which is a requirement to get me to read poetry. Much past Dr. Seuss and I'm lost, but not in cj's work. Like Martin Luther, who translated the Bible into German so everyday people could read it, cj translates poetry into an inspiring read that every person can relate to. Oh, by the way, do not look for cj; these poems are under one of her non-de plumes - em a Olsen. I'm making a list of her alter egos so I can keep track of her and all her accomplishments. Well done, writing buddy.

Mahala

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