Brushing the Blue

Diane Prebula

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The Malahat Review (Victoria, BC) invites entries for its annual Open Season Awards in poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. For prose, submit 1-2 short stories, up to 50 pages. Her writing has been mainly for young readers and has resulted in numerous books having been published starting in 1995. The vanishings rouse the imagination of what would transpire if the mythical Atlas rejected to proceed to hold up the sky. Just another person in the pool of lies tis person has made. a "World Wide Poetry Movement" contest.

Pages: 109

Publisher: The Coliseum (January 22, 2014)


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