Monthly Archives: February 2018

Paying Submissions

100 Magazines that Pay Writers Eco-Friendly Travel, Parenting, Health & Wellness, Home Decor, Animals, Outdoor, Christian Magazines and so many more! Here are some more! 20 Paying Lit Magazine Submissions  

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A Face in the Window

I love this accidental photo my son took of himself taking a picture me and my little River dog. WordPress photo challenge – A Face in the Crowd

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My Last Sixteen Hours, 8:00PM – Midnight

My Last Sixteen Hours, 8:00AM – 2:00PM My Last Sixteen Hours, 2:00PM – 8:00PM 8:00 PM “Awful nice they let momma and Sissy come visit. Coulda done without seeing my pa though.” Reverend Frank lifts an eyebrow. “You had visitors … Continue reading

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My Last Sixteen Hours, 2:00PM – 8:00PM

Part 1: My Last Sixteen Hours, 8:00AM – 2:00PM 2:00 PM Sissy left me quicker than sand through a sieve. Don’t recall Ole Gus coming for her. Guess maybe I fell asleep. I do that. Sleep is my best friend. Ain’t … Continue reading

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My Last Sixteen Hours, 8:00AM – 2:00PM

8:00 AM It’s never all the way dark in here. Like they’s worried bout what we’ll do without the light. Like it could be any worse than what we done out there. Think every one of us murdered somebody. I … Continue reading

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South Dakota’s Hidden Treasures

  South Dakota is a hidden treasure. Sure we have Mt. Rushmore, but that’s not what makes it special. We have Crazy House Monument and the Badlands, Harney Peak and Jewel Cave. My favorite treasure in the Black Hills is Iron … Continue reading

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Library Lust

I remember the tiny library in Martin, South Dakota, where I grew up. The books I wanted were on the first of two aisles, eye-level. The Black Stallion Series by Walter Farley. My first career goal: jockey. A dream blasted by the … Continue reading

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20 Free Writing Contests with CASH Prizes

For CASH PRIZES check out these 20 Free Writing Contests Lots of these 20 Paying Lit Magazine Submissions are for poetry but many of them take flash fiction and short stories. And if that’s not enough for you, most of these 54 … Continue reading

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Nature’s Pleasures

  I took these on a camping trip with my sister near Nemo, South Dakota.  A flower’s simple beauty belies the complex nature of their composition, grandiose without ostentation, humble in their nobility. Simplify: Daily Post

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The Dawes Act (i.e. stealing from Native Americans)

On this day in 1887, Grover Cleveland signed the Dawes Act, also called the General Allotment Act, which split up reservations held communally by Native American tribes into smaller units and distributed these units to individuals within the tribe constituted … Continue reading

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