Check out Paula Chinick’s http://www.redasscherdotcom/blog to read about the parents of Anya, the protagonist in RED ASSCHER which will be in print by the end of the year.
The judges are reading your poems now and should have a winner picked by this time next week. I don’t envy them with all the great entries. I told them a tie would be okay with me.
Those of you who want to read the poems, go to my New Contest page at the top menu bar.
Ernest Hemingway said, “If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.”
I’d like to write a story or a novel set in Paris. I’ve visited there twice and have wonderful and unusual memories. If you like Paris as a setting, check out Cara Black’s mysteries. Each one takes place in a specific section of Paris.
Thank you all who submitted to the contest. I will compile the entries without your IDs and email them to my judges. It may take a week or two before we find out who is the winner. I think the poems are excellent.
Lilli emails Gary Lea and Sheri de Grom. Then she ponders impatience.
Poetry contest entries due midnight Sunday, today PST. Four stanzas, four lines each about children. No poem writing experience needed. Go to New Contest page, scroll down to LEAVE A REPLY to enter.
If you’re new to my blog, I will need to approve it, so your poem might not appear on the site until I’m back on the computer.
Allow a couple of weeks for judges to decide. I’m glad I’m not one of them, too hard to decide on a winner. Check out the entries so far. Outstanding!!
Constructing Lilli’s blog so there may be technical problems on these posts. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Lilli plans for her own blog but has a painful memory. Go to her page on the top menu bar to learn more about her father. She’s excited about getting her own blog which will be called Lilli’s Talk and Thoughts.
New replies to her posts are there too.