Beanery Online Literary Magazine

January 23, 2009

EVENTS, COMPETITIONS & MEETINGS January 22, 2009

BEANERY ONLINE LITERARY MAGAZINE

EVENTS, COMPETITIONS & MEETINGS

January 22, 2009

 

BEANERY ONLINE LITERARY MAGAZINE: Call for Submissions
BEANERY WRITERS GROUP MEETINGS
WORKS in PROGRESS POETRY & PROSE READING
DR. UWE STENDER (www.TriadaUS.com)
WRITER’S RELIEF 15th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL CONTEST

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BEANERY ONLINE LITERARY MAGAZINE
Call for Submissions

     The Beanery Online Literary Magazine (BOLM) is seeking submissions in all genres. Especially needed are items that celebrate Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Lent, Easter, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day and July 4 (or any other holiday that occurs in this time frame). Contributors are welcome from the United States and the global village.
     The BOLM is sponsored by the Beanery Writers Group in Latrobe, (Southwestern) Pennsylvania. It’s global readers include persons who live in Australia, Sweden, Singapore, Jordan, Italy, Chile and across the United States.
     GUIDELINES: Posts must contain writing with no inappropriate language or subjects. They may be edited. If extensive editing is done, the post will be sent back to the author for their approval. Writers of (and for) all ages are published (a 7th grader just had her post selected for an assignment in a California school English class). Length preference is 300-500 words, although longer pieces, or stories with several parts, will be considered.
E-mail writings to beanerywriters@yahoo.com with the word “SUBMISSIONS” in the subject line.
     To receive a sample Beanery Writers Newsletter, or to subscribe to this monthly newsletter, E-mail beanerywriters@yahoo.com with the word “NEWSLETTER” in the subject line.

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BEANERY WRITERS GROUP
2nd and 4th Fridays
1:00-3:00 p.m.
Coffee Bean Café (meeting room)
Rt. 30, Latrobe, PA.
All genres
Members and guests welcome
Critique, sharing, learning
For further information:
Email: beanerywriters@yahoo.com
Carolyn C. Holland, facilitator, 724/238-3493

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DR. UWE STENDER (www.TriadaUS.com)
Guest literary agent
Q&A
Saturday: February 14, 2009
10:00 AM and end by 1:00 PM.
Monroeville Public Library
(Directions: http://monroevillelibrary.org/)

SPONSOR: PennWriters’ Pittsburgh East Writer’s
Reservations are recommended.
Contact Ellen Spain at DuckIslandMaine@aol.com

Dr. Uwe Stender, is a Full Member of the AAR (Association of Authors’ Representatives) founded TriadaUS Literary Agency, Inc., which was incorporated in April 2004.
He received his Ph.D. in Literature from the University of Pittsburgh. He also studied at the University of California, Berkeley and the Universitaet Goettingen, Germany. He taught at both Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh and has been widely published in scholarly journals and books. Uwe was a guest speaker at several major conferences including the SCWC in San Diego, the “Crimebake” (Mystery Writers of America New England Chapter), CAPA-U in Hartford, Connecticut and the Novels in Progress Workshop in Louisville.
TriadaUS Literary Agency, Inc. is always open to any strong non-fiction and fiction projects. Its best known clients are former CNN anchor Daryn Kagan, bestselling author and 2001 NAACP Image Award Recipient for Outstanding Literature in Fiction Omar Tyree, bestselling author Michael Konik, BET’s Jeff Johnson, bestselling author and relationship expert Dr. Joel Block, Today show and ivillage contributor and nutrition expert Amy Hendel, legendary NBA referee Bob Delaney, and popular Romance author Jennifer Horsman.
 
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WORKS in PROGRESS POETRY & PROSE READING
Saturday, February 7, 2009
7:00-9:00 p.m.
at Laurel Arts located at
214 South Harrison Avenue
in Somerset, PA
This reading is open mike.
Please bring along a poem or story to share.
For additional information, please contact
Barbara at 814-443-9541 or
purbaugh@comcast.net or
www.barbarapurbaugh.com

This event is sponsored by the Works in Progress Writers’ Workshop and is the first in their five part poetry reading series. Future Poetry & Prose meeting dates (all Saturdays): April 4, 2009, June 6, 2009, August 1, 2009, October 3, 2009
 
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WATCH for UPCOMING
BEANERY WRITERS POETRY & PROSE READING
April 25, 2009
2:00-4:00 p.m.
Ligonier Valley Library
On the Diamond, Ligonier, PA

Sponsored by the Beanery Writers Group
www.beanerywriters.wordpress.com

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WRITER’S RELIEF 15th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL CONTEST
Submissions: a poem, short story, or essay of exactly 15 words
Deadline: Postmarked by 02/28/09.
Submit to: Writer’s Relief’s 15th Anniversary.
E-mail via RTF or DOC attachment to: contest@wrelief.com. Please put “Contest Submission” in the subject line.
Or snail-mail to: “Contest Submission,” 409 South River Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601.
Entry fee: NONE!
One entry per person.
For further information:  http://writersreliefblog.com/post/Our-A-La-Carte-Service.aspx

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