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Flowing

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May your words flow in 2014 and produce better results than my poor brown lawn!

I hope everyone had a great rest over Christmas and New Year . . . now it’s time to get back to sending in those stories and poems. Think of the usual themes – Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Anzac Day etc – try something new, dedicate an ode, vent your spleen or offer some advice . . . and send them in 🙂

I have 26 pages to fill each month. Please send hard copy first. Stories and articles up to 1000 words, poems up to one page. Fillers and short pieces very welcome. Send to Positive Words magazine, PO Box 798, Heathcote 3523,, Victoria, Australia.

If you would like a sample copy, please send $2.40 in unused stamps to the above address.

Subscriptions and stamps always welcome and vital to ensure continued publication. Positive Words is self-funded and receives no government grants etc and I do not draw any wages or compensation. Everything goes into producing the magazine 🙂

I look forward to an overflowing mailbox 🙂

 

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Comments on: "Flowing" (2)

  1. Awesome. I’ll send you something 🙂

    Do you have any other theme suggestions? I’m not much for holidays myself, is loose association to, or negative association with, the holidays OK?

  2. Great – I look forward to reading 🙂
    Loose association and negative are both fine. Although the magazine is called Positive Words, the ‘positive’ refers for being positive and doing something with one’s writing. It’s not filled with all ‘positive’ type stories. I try to put in as good a mix as submissions allow.

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