The Show Tell Project

For Seymour's Fat Lady

Blue for You

by meaghanmerrifield

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take

in

then, away

with hands so solid

make something of me

“Blue For You” by Meaghan Merrifield

“bless me” by Vincenzo Rizzo

Visit his shop here:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/VincenzoRizzo?ref=seller_info

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I Cannot Bear It

by meaghanmerrifield

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with heavy hair and a heavy heart

Meaghan

“Bear #2” by Jenny Liz Rome

Jenny’s shop here:

http://society6.com/artist/JennyLizRome

Sea of Poppies

by meaghanmerrifield

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seductive syrupy sea

embraces heavily

crimson encircles the body slowly

how sweet

to dream

indefinitely

“Sea of Poppies” by Meaghan Merrifield

“Poppies II” by Marta Wakula-Mac

More of Marta’s Artwork here:

http://martawakulamac.blogspot.com

The Body

by fyarlgiles

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onyx fingers curl

and stretch

through stone and steal

through blood and death

heaven glows in all of her

the sky below

the sea above

coming slowly

like the daylight

orange, red, and yellow flow

all is brilliant

like the morning

worn but strong in clouds of silk

“The Body” by Angie Hoover-Hillhouse

I do not smile nor do I smoke

by meaghanmerrifield

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Ink stained hands ruin well-manicured plans

-Meaghan

“Twin Hand” by Miii

Visit Mii’s shop here:

http://society6.com/Miii

Jealous Sea

by meaghanmerrifield

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the sherbet sky burns over the bruised mountains below

while the jealous sea thrashes about frantically

with watchful swollen eyes

and tired blood that no longer has strength to flood

legs stand

flacid arms fall

faint memories of when we

we were once able

to embrace it all

“Jealous Sea” by Meaghan Merrifield

Artwork by Angie Hoover-Hillhouse

Ladies Who Brunch

by meaghanmerrifield

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“In England people actually try to be brilliant at breakfast.

That is so dreadful of them!

Only dull people are brilliant at breakfast.” -Oscar Wilde

“Sally Field Ladies” by Kelly Wojtczak

Kelly’s store here:

http://www.etsy.com/people/kellywojski?ref=pr_profile

Top 5 Submission Guides & Writing Resources for Poets/Authors

by fyarlgiles

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Top 5 Tuesdays

Top 5 Internet references for Writers and poets who want to improve and submit their work

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1.) WRITER’S RELIEF:

This site is extremely useful.  It offers information about where and how to to submit poetry and fiction work. The site also provides answers to common questions about submitting and guides for formatting.

http://www.writersrelief.com/

2.) SCRIPT FRENZY

Close the pop-up window when you reach the site in order to access content.

This website is no longer updated at this address, but I offer this link because it allows you to view content without becoming a member. Script Frenzy is very useful to all writers. It offers writing guides that focus on every form of creative writing as well as recommendations of free and cheap writing software.

http://2012.scriptfrenzy.org/eng/whatisscriptfrenzy

3.)  PW: POETS &WRITERS

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By far one of the best places to visit if you are interested in finding high quality literary magazines to read and submit to. This site allows you to browse a directory of lit mags, contests, and other content. It also offers basic writing guides and forums where you can receive feedback on your work.

http://www.pw.org/

4.)  AGENT QUERY

This site provides free resources for authors seeking representation as well as instructions for new writers who are unfamiliar with the query process. The search is very simple, and the agents are listed by the genres that they represent.

http://www.agentquery.com/

5.) PLAY SUBMISSIONS HELPER

This is an excellent site for playwrights who do not have the ability to produce their own work. It offers solicitations for plays. These calls often ask for plays  of specific lengths on specific themes. It’s helpful in that it can provide direction to those who are struggling to write something new.

http://playsubmissionshelper.com/blog/?main1