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The WF I-Sold-A-Story/Poem Thread (1 Viewer)

Kyle R

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Thanks, glasshouse. :)

And that's very cool, bd! And thanks! Did you enjoy being on the staff there? I see that Suzanne is leaving her role as Editor-In-Chief. Kind of a bummer, as I was just starting to get to know her.
 

bdcharles

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Thanks, glasshouse. :)

And that's very cool, bd! And thanks! Did you enjoy being on the staff there? I see that Suzanne is leaving her role as Editor-In-Chief. Kind of a bummer, as I was just starting to get to know her.

I did - it was awesome but life eventually got in the way so I had to leave. Shame that Suzanne's leaving as I think she really helps make it what it is, with very high standards (to date one of my two favourite flash piece was published there; the other originates among our own illustrious ranks and lives on FoB now :) ). I wonder who's taking over. I was in Zip Coffelt's team.
 

Kyle R

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I did - it was awesome but life eventually got in the way so I had to leave. Shame that Suzanne's leaving as I think she really helps make it what it is, with very high standards (to date one of my two favourite flash piece was published there; the other originates among our own illustrious ranks and lives on FoB now :) ). I wonder who's taking over. I was in Zip Coffelt's team.

Yes, she's a stickler and a perfectionist, from what I've seen, which I think are great qualities in an editor.

I don't know who Zip Coffelt is (I've never staffed there. I only know Suzanne through working on edits), but Zip sure is a cool name. :p

You can read Suzanne's announcement of her departure here: http://flashfictiononline.com/main/article/winds-of-change/

Care to share the links to those two pieces you mention? I'd love to read them.

And Cindy, thank you so much! :D
 

bdcharles

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Yes, she's a stickler and a perfectionist, from what I've seen, which I think are great qualities in an editor.

I don't know who Zip Coffelt is (I've never staffed there. I only know Suzanne through working on edits), but Zip sure is a cool name. :p

You can read Suzanne's announcement of her departure here: http://flashfictiononline.com/main/article/winds-of-change/

Care to share the links to those two pieces you mention? I'd love to read them.

And Cindy, thank you so much! :D

Sire - here ya go. I've probably banged on about these elsewhere over the years. One you might recognise:

Princesses
Neugen Prime
 

Kyle R

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I sold a poem (Color is good) to Kaleidoscope magazine, January 2021 edition. So nice to get paid for a poem :)

It is read by Michael Haney:

[video=youtube_share;c5Sw5rrLNuA]https://youtu.be/c5Sw5rrLNuA[/video]

Congrats, Darren!

I enjoyed this. Listened to it a few times. I like how you gave a glimpse of a moment between two characters, and you allowed the reader's mind to fill in the gaps. Very interactive. :encouragement:
 

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