When I was looking for the Market of the Month, I came across a note I’d made about Flashlight Memories. But alas (and alack, even), submissions are due by March 15th! Technically, that would be a Market for the Half-Month.
But why should I let a few days keep you from submitting to a delightful anthology? Especially one by my friends over at Silver Boomer Books? And most especially for an anthology that’s so dear to my heart.
Flashlight Memories will features poems and prose re: childhood reading. Oh, it makes me smile, just thinking about “A Pickle for a Nickel.” Or the Just So Stories. Or reading in my secret hideout with- you guessed it- a flashlight. In fact, I have so many childhood memories about reading, it’ll be hard to choose just one to write.
So, I have to run. By the time I decide what to write, the month will be half over!
great market idea Cathy!!!
Silver Boomer Books loves Cathy C. Hall!
Try it, Gail! What writer wasn't a kiddie reader?(Aw, Karen. I'm feeling kinda warm and fuzzy 🙂
Hi Cathy,Thanks for the market tip.So many markets, so little time.I'm still trying to think of something for the Oatmeal Studios market.Donna
You and me both, Donna! (That funny card writing gig seemed much easier when I was blogging about it-rather than um, actually writing…)