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Seawoman’s 2014 blog in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: Most visitors came from The United States; Barbados & U.K. were not far behind. Click and scroll down Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps. Click here

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National Cultural Foundation Crop Over Calendar 2014

Crop Over, Barbados’ premier festival organized by the National Cultural Foundation, stands apart from the rest with the inclusion of ALL the Arts’ disciplines: visual art, photography, culinary arts, and of course, literary arts. Here’s a vid before some of

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Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps 2013 In Review

So 2013 was a busy year for Seawoman’s Caribbean Writing Opps. We’re nearly at 50,000 hits…thanks to you! Have a look at the stats. *Pretty noteworthy that those who took time to comment, end up in my stats too. 🙂

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Literary Traveler mag (US)

Literary Traveler looks a publication finally marrying my interests of travel and the literary arts!  Really think there could be a big push with linking our tourism and the literary arts but…I’ll leave that as fodder for Seawoman’s Caribbean Blogspot!

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Poetry Kanto (Japan)

Poetry Kanto publishes original, well-crafted poems (must read the sample poems). Submissions (5 poems & brief bio w/ cover letter) are welcome December through May, preferably by e-mail Word attachment. (No previously published poems or simultaneous submissions.) All translation must

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She Said, She Said (anthology)

SHE SAID, SHE SAID: Selected Essays from Enlightened Eves to Clueless Adams is an anthology for women responding to emotional issues in their lives. All writers, seasoned or novice, are welcome. They ask for you to submit “In 2000-3000 words,

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