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Junto Magazine released it's third issue and first of the year of Friday! You can check it out here. In other Junto News: Submissions are currently closed while we work our way through the existing submissions. I will post an update once they've reopened. We are also preparing for National Poetry Month in April. We… Continue reading Junto Magazine’s 3rd Issue is Live!
My Final 2016 Thoughts 2016 didn't humble me. It didn't really effect me in any way because 2016 is just a year. In fact, it was a pretty okay year for me with my first professional stagedPeople die and shitty things happen and to try and blame it on a set of numbers is just...… Continue reading Thoughts on 2016 and 2017 Resolutions
I've been home for the last week and a half for the holidays and in that time I've finished reading a book (Wild) and started reading another (Dark Places). I've also, kinda, figured out the voice for the new play I started working on a few weeks ago. Even though I hated living this way… Continue reading It Snowed Tonight
Junto Magazine, a startup Literary magazine is hosting its first NaNoWriMo contest. Three winners will have 25 pages of their choice published alongside our third issue. The deadline for the comp is January 31. Go to Juntomagazine.com for more information.
Junto Magazine is having its first NaNoWriMo competition! Throughout the month, follow us for support and milestones, as well as advice from our Associate Publisher on how to break through the blocks we all go through. Every week, he'll offer a challenge to help keep you on the right track. We'll also post technical items… Continue reading Super Fun NaNoWriMo Competition!
(labeled as #1 because I'm sure I'll have more). As a young, female (because in this modern era identity reigns supreme over qualifications, education, and experience) playwright. I love and support all other young playwrights--literally everyone. I don't care about your background or identity. We've chosen a genre that's a lot more difficult to break into than… Continue reading Honest Thoughts #1