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Content will include many genres, with limited attention to the disability theme. 100-word promotional information is due by February/August 15. We will not change titles, beginnings, endings, dialog, poetic lines, the writer’s voice, or the general tone without writer collaboration.
Announcements of writing contests with deadlines beyond April 1 and October 1 respectively are welcome. If you would like to have an excerpt of your book published in an issue of “Magnets and Ladders”, please submit a chapter or section of your book to [email protected] If your work is selected for inclusion in a future “Behind Our Eyes” project, you will be notified; your approval and final review will be required.
Our “seasonal Wonders” section has stories and poems about holidays and the change of seasons. “The Writers’ Climb” has articles and an exercise to stimulate your fiction writing muscles.
Read stories from or about the past in “Looking back.” The characters presented in “Coming to Terms” will stay with you when you are finished reading.
The word count for book excerpt submissions should not exceed twenty-five hundred words. To insure we can contact you regarding future projects, please keep us updated if your Email address changes. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization enhancing the opportunities for writers with disabilities.
He knew how to make me laugh and allowed me to be myself instead of always having to put on a performance to prove I was an ordinary college girl.
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As always, “From a Different Perspective” is full of surprises, and we have a great mix of poems in “The Melting Pot.” I would like to give a big thanks to all of the committee members and to Marilyn Brandt Smith, Jason Smith and John Weidlich for your hard work and support throughout the production process.
We had contests with cash prizes in fiction, nonfiction and poetry.