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    March Newsletter

    Again we owe thanks to garza for producing the Newsletter. Thanks are also due to all whose contributions have provided him with content. This month's issue can be downloaded from the link below:


    March Newsletter

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    I may be a bit biased, but I think the Newsletter just keeps getting better with each issue. Thank you garza for all your hard work.
    There is no life I know
    To compare with pure imagination.
    Living there you’ll be free
    If you truly wish to be.~ Willy Wonka

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    I am new here and loved the March newsletter.

    There is one place it suggests going to The Writers Room.

    Where is that on the site?

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    Excellent job indeed garza! I hope everyone goes and reads it.
    "All things subject to change"
    "What strokes your phrase?"

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    Another great job by Garza, & congrats to the contributors. Great work.
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    Without the contributors there would be no Newsletter. Everyone is invited. Submissions now being accepted for the April issue.
    El día ha sido bueno. La noche será larga.

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    I was so happy to see what you had researched out of the forum, something to write for inclusion with my paintings. I have never written an artist statement. I'm going to use that on my site. Thanks!
    "All things subject to change"
    "What strokes your phrase?"

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    Once again, garza pulls off a splendid job with this month's newsletter. Very well done!
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    GOD DOESN'T MAKE THE WORLD THIS WAY... WE DO. - RORSCHACH, WATCHMEN

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    I am still reading the news letter.
    I enjoyed the opening from Hawke. You painted quite a scene.
    I also read boddaert' Little Mo and Gran, I liked it very much. I was right there with them as they walked along.
    I did skip down and looked at my paintings. Thanks for including them. I will finish the letter and comment on others' writing as I can. I'm savoring it.
    "All things subject to change"
    "What strokes your phrase?"

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    Shirley - Thank you for allowing us to include your paintings.

    TheFuhrer02 - Your article was a splendid addition to this month's issue. Thank you.

    And thanks to everyone who helped, and to everyone who has had a kind word.
    El día ha sido bueno. La noche será larga.

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