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Congratulations to these Literary Mama staff members!

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Blog Kudos_Amanda Morris_for websiteRae Pagliarulo, Creative Nonfiction Editor, published a craft article called "Why I Write on Fiction Southeast." She also published a poem called "You Should Be Flattered" in a new online publication called Thank You For Swallowing.

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Lisa Katzenberger, Creative Nonfiction and Fiction Editorial Assistant, published a short story, "Quiet Waters," in Jenny. She also published an essay in Literary Mama's Literary Reflections department called "Writing After the Storm."

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Andrea Lani, Literary Reflections Editor, was happy that Brain, Child featured her short story, "Boy Trouble," on their website.

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Christina Consolino, Profiles Editor, had a blog post published at The Huffington Post: "The Silver Lining of Alzheimer's Disease I Never Anticipated." She also had a fiction piece titled "Holding all Calls," published at Short Fiction Break.

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Kate Haas, Senior Editor and Creative Nonfiction Editor, published her essay "Sleep to Wake" on Full Grown People, which was described as "a magnificent meditation on how insomnia steals you away from your life and your family" in the weekly New York Times "What We're Reading" selection of writing from around the web.

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Rudri Patel, Social Media Editor, participated in Brain, Child's debate topic - Do You Invite the Whole Class to Your Kids' Birthday Parties?  The essay she wrote is titled: "I Invite the Whole Class to My Kid's Birthday Party." The New York Times mentioned the essay on February 25 in their "Motherlode" Newsletter.

 


The Literary Mama Blog Editor searches for mama-centric news you can use — including information about publishing opportunities and literacy efforts; essays and writing prompts that motivate and inspire; and announcements about events, classes, and workshops. The current blog editors are Laura Roberts and Rudri Patel; read their bios here and here.


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