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Dear Authors, Dear Friends,
We are very happy to share with you the winners of the “International Literary Contest Nature 2016”.
Also, we announce the works that will be included in the Anthology of this year.
The big winner for Short Story category is:
“See a Different Picture” by Vandini Sharma, India
An entertaining, elegantly written, complex and profound story about human beings and Nature.
The winning poems are:
1st “Do We Simply Stand and Watch?” by Michelle Yue, USA. A clear-sighted poem about the destruction of Nature.
2nd “A Lost Planet” by Grace Heblok, from Australia, is a deeply felt prose poem that speaks for the Earth.
3rd “The Secret World of Nature” by Joan Beebe, USA, expresses the beauty, peace and gratitude we experience when we merge into Nature.
This is the listing for all the works that will be included in our Anthology Nature 2016:
“Patron Saints”, poem by Nev Gardner, USA
“Trees”, poem by Grace Heblok, Australia
“On the ruins of love”, poem by Serena Saab, Lebanon
“Marbles & Stones!”, poem by Vijay Chacko, North Ireland, India
“WHAT HAVE WE BECOME”, poem by Norman Datt, Canada
“Beautiful Disaster” and “Degas' Lantana”, poems by Andre M. Stillman, USA
“Eager to Live”, short story by Franklin Maurice, South Africa
“A Prostitute is not a Material Tool” and “Books of untold Negroes”, poems by Franklin Maurice, South Africa
“The Tears of Nature”, short story by Corina Savu, Romania
“I prayed for healing, but it didn’t come”, poem by Remona W. Winston, USA
“Into the Mystic”, poems by Jac Shortland, Ireland
“Striking Back”, short story by Chan Si Jie, Singapura
“A broken leaf” and “The deaf and dumb, sense of togetherness”, poems by Kilol Gupta, India
“November Blue”, poem by Claire O' Connell, Ireland
“In Bed”, poem by A.F. Winter, USA
“WHAT HAVE WE BECOME”, poem by Norman Datt, Canada
“Studying Wildlife”, poem by Patricia Horn O’Brien, USA
“Rust red the March wood stands.”, poem by Michael Milano, USA
“FOOTPRINTS” and “GROOVIN`”, poems by Ana Nedelcu, Romania
“-Seedling-“, poem by Muthoni Tenn, USA
“Architecture”, poem by Anda Peterson, USA
“LOVE ME TOMORROW”, short fiction by ADENIYI ADEYOSOLA VICTORIA, Nigeria
“The soul of Nature” and “Will we meet again?”, by Sruthi Denny, India
“Beautiful Nature in Life”, poem by Mahbubul Alam John, Bangladesh
Thank you for all your effort and valuable work.
Yes, you should know that we are in Countdown for the International Literary Contest "Nature 2016"!
Not all the details are prepared but we are almost there!
We are going to help improving the life style of everybody!
Please find here the Anthology Nature 2015
Enjoy and spread the word!
Romance Writing Contest: Win a Publishing Deal and $500USD Inkitt and The Rebecca Friedman Literary Agency are looking to find the next ‘50 Shades of Grey’!
The pair are running a new romance writing contest from Jan 12 Feb 23, where the winner gets published and receives $500USD! The judges are bestselling authors Laurelin Paige and Melody Grace, as well as literary agent Rebecca Friedman herself. The trio will work closely with the Inkitt analytics team to pick the most engaging stories of the contest. The judges are looking for romantic stories that engage the reader, with dynamic characters, fresh storylines and any level of heat. All works over 40k words are welcome! Find out more below.
● Starting: 12th of January at 13:00 PST
● Ending: 23rd February 23:59 PST with voting continuing for an additional week.
● Novel Length: 40,000 words or more at time of submission.
● Entries must be posted on the Inkitt contest page to participate
● Stories in the top 10% of the "most voted" and "most popular" categories get the opportunity to be picked for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.
1. Publishing Deal + $500USD
Submit your romance novel here!
I would like to spread the word about this fine poetry book:
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Fine poetry that gives us the possibility to dream.
The forest breaths and as a result the planet Earth also breaths, giving us the oxigen that we need to live. During the Winter, in the north of the planet, where the majority of the dry land exists, many trees lose their leafs and the carbon dioxide increases in the atmosphere producing a small increase in global temperature. During the Spring and Summer all the trees of the planet grow leafes and they capture carbon dioxide making the weather lightly fresher than it would be without their action.
To tell you the truth the trees are pressious everywhere, even if they are alone in a grey street of a city or together with a small group of other in a beautiful artificial garden. To grow a tree is to grow a friend, it is an act of poetry and who knows of the tales that the sun beams crossing their branches can inspire.
All the insects of the world and all the animals don’t care about written poetry because they have the visual poetry of flowers in a bed and the colorful grace of reefs. They purely enjoy the beautiful gifts of life!
But, do you know that if the mean world sea temperature rises by 2 degrees celcious that would cause serious damage to reefs? And do you know that the big secret of dogs is their friendship and friendly approach towards us? Certainly, you feel that every living creature is Nature; we are Nature and we also deserve a poem… To protect flowers is to protect us.
Life is special and this is the reason why we invite you to submit your best poem or your perfect tale.
We want to select 36 poems and 4 stories for an anthology that will be published as an e-book in Windows 8.
Rui M. at Tales for Love
Literature & Latte
Book Park and Arts & Literature
Finnally, we would like to kindly invite you to fill in the next questionnaire. It is a part of an academic study about working conditions to people and ultimately their happiness.
The questionnaire is anonymous and free!
So, why are you waiting for? Please prepare carefully your work and send it to us when you feel comfortable!
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A subscrição é anónima e gera, no máximo, um e-mail por dia.