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    Calls for manuscripts, contest opportunities

    https://www.orions-belt.net/submissions?fbclid=IwAR0khukvmfpKAVdwN6xArsyJAoWNdZyv4_uKZSpjKqtWMLaXKaQY0xOVkiM
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    Calls for manuscripts, contest opportunities

    https://www.shorelineofinfinity.com/upcoming-submissions-call-science-fictional-fairy-tales/?fbclid=IwAR0wqHnleZCexKrHZLXzlIShjqz6HisuJjHuCe-GY8sESiwHuLao1I7ehSI
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    Calls for manuscripts, contest opportunities

    https://adamant.moksha.io/publication/lightspeed/guidelines?fbclid=IwAR1AJBz8UduOI2S7w9jdjOuZxRWNHPsOzZ1oVeU-ipHJFh3YsUYByugAC1Y
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    Prompts!

    The pines were roaring... and the lions were making chlorophyll.
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    Prompts!

    An image warped by curved glass.
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    Prompts!

    Prompt: Summer seems not to have ended, actually.... Always summer and never apples?
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    Prompts!

    Prompt: Summer's end.
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    Chatter, news, and recipes

    Liza Gold wanted to pass on this link to a delicious event: a conversation between Neil Gaiman and Susanna Clarke- https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/5x15-presents-neil-gaiman-and-susanna-clarke-tickets-164313069815
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    Prompts!

    Prompt of the Week: Six oranges, three apples, one banana.
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    Prompts!

    Prompt of the Week: a measuring tap of .... unusual proportions. Alternate but highly correlated prompt: a slide rule!
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    What'cha reading?

    I'm on the Summer Thing - mainlining Patricia Briggs.
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    Prompts!

    Prompt of the week: Rodents of Unusual Size. Not my idea, but well worth writing to!
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    Calls for manuscripts, contest opportunities

    https://hawksbarrow.com/submissions-call/?fbclid=IwAR2TLQHiAMB0Aqh5J2JtBAe-DVrXSnoVZ4oMsoJo02XqgaQNt_chPYU8BlU
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    Calls for manuscripts, contest opportunities

    http://www.futureworldsprize.co.uk/prize/?fbclid=IwAR0LUd5MuIbwf3zTrRnlHguIsyz1_sQQZB3-zEExiII8ixZCJgeELSIGNkE
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    DuoLingo

    Hmm. The Hobbit has been translated into Irish, Breton, and Cornish -- and Galician -- but no other Celtic languages. Not even Welsh.
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