January 2009

Romance Writing Contest in SL

by Joan Kremer on January 29, 2009 · 0 comments

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Romance Writing Contest:  Cash prizes and publication for winners of RezLibris‘s Romance Writing Contest.  Three winners in each of four categories:  memoirs/personal essay; young adult short fiction; short story;  poetry.  Deadline,  midnight SLT, Feb. 7.  Contact Abbey Zenith of Alliance Virtual Library in Second Life. SHARETHIS.addEntry({ title: "Romance Writing Contest in SL", url: "http://www.writersinthevirtualsky.com/romance-writing-contest-in-sl/" });

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SL Festival Seeks Writers for Readings

by Joan Kremer on January 29, 2009 · 0 comments

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Read Your Poetry or Fiction: Violet Nishi of Poetry in Pixels is looking for writers of poetry or stories to participate in the Imbolc Festival poetry reading at Artstonia on Sunday, February 1.   Readings will be held at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. SLT (Pacific time).  If you’re a writer and SL resident, contact Violet [...]

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Written Word: This Virtual Group Offers Tremendous Support for Real Writers

January 19, 2009

I was lucky to have stumbled onto Written Word in one of my earliest explorations around the virtual world of Second Life. (I think it was shortly after my ill-fated attempt to dance for Lindens at a nightclub; I earned all of L$15, which then disappeared from my account overnight!!  I know I was strolling […]

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‘Ketchup’: Updates on SL Writing Events, Resources, Contests

January 12, 2009

“Serving ketchup” is what members of my oldest email chat group call it when we write a post that tries to “catch up” with the conversations we’ve been neglecting.  So here’s the first WRITERS IN THE (virtual) SKY “ketchup” post! Update on the SL Events for Writers Calendar Slowly, but surely, all the busy writers […]

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