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I just wanted to blurt. ;) For our newer and, perhaps, some of our older readers and inkslingers, if you haven't taken the time to go look at Litdotorg's monthly newsletter 'Majestic' - you should. Stuart has done an incredible job of juggling a large number of projects and 'Majestic' is certainly a worthy one - indeed. I say that not because I write a column there, but because these amazing others do.
All the columnists are posting writers on Litdotorg and have all used this site to further their writing skills. The columnists on 'Majestic' are:
Karma Tsering Lhamo: 'Exposed' a wonderful and revealing look at writers and poets here on Litdotorg. She is a master at offering well thought out ,personal, and uncomfortable questions. Always terrific.
Linnie Red: On humor.Probably one of the funniest writers out there and she hasn't gotten how good she really is.
Ócháni Lele: Our committed and inspiring Boss. This is the last month he will be the editor for Majestic. He will be concentrating on the new magazine - 'Four Seasons'
Sandra Yuen MacKay: A brilliantly lucid and adroit writer shares her 'Musings' column - always interesting and enjoyable. Sandra will ,no doubt, skillfully take over as the editor for 'Majestic' next month.
Steven Cherecwich: A sharp mind examining the world of 'Graphic Novels'. I have learned and found myself intriguer by this modern medium. How in the world can I guy hold that much insight in his head? It must hurt.
Beckett Grey: If you haven't taken the time to read his story postings - you are missing a treat. He is one of my favorite writers and I pray that his work will soon be on book store shelves, so that I may have the honor of owning one of his books, and the bragging rights, to say that I knew him when. Just go read this brainy and imaginative writer's column. You will be enriched.
Ken Lehnig/Jonpenny: And then there is me ,the vagabond raconteur. A ramshackle raddle of rambling and ruminations on Poetry and lyrics. But mostly about you'll. I pick out and highlight great poems and lyrics from the posters on Litdotorg. I also comment and post the participants in the monthly 'Song Challenge' - so climb on.
Just go to the blue column to the right of the home page. You will see 'Majestic' click on it and you will be sent to the "Majestic' pages. Enjoy!
Bless you all.
Why is doing what you love the hardest thing to do? Is it because failing what you thought defined you would be too devastating a thing from which to recover? If so, we stay where mere accident has left us.