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Lit Chick5
01-22-2010, 03:48 AM
Established online literary journal, The Write Place At the Write Time, is open to submissions for our spring issue~ feel free to stop by and say hello!

We encourage new and seasoned writers to send in submissions for the next issue, benefit from resources we provide, read the site and enjoy themselves. It's a warm supportive writers' environment dedicated to artistic expression, learning and living the written word. We are a quarterly publication and our writers range from previously unpublished to having written for The New York Times, Newsweek, HBO and Business Week and they come from all over the US and Europe.

Listed on Poets and Writers site, Newpages.com, EWR~

A little about us: online literary publication which features fiction, poetry, non-fiction, writing essays and resources from professionals in the field, a Theme page, Archives of past issues, A Writers' Contest, fine artwork from artists whose backgrounds include having done work for The New York Times, and Best-Selling author interviews such as Janet Fitch (White Oleander) and Alice Hoffman (Practical Magic).

Other interviews with literary professionals include Director of the Oscar Wilde Centre for Creative Writing in Dublin, Ireland, Nancy Slonim Aronie- founder of the famed Chilmark Writing Workshop, Washington Post Book Editor and award-winning author- Carolyn See, internationally known author, interior designer, and lifestyle philosopher- Alexandra Stoddard, Random House V.P. of Children's Books- Michelle Poploff, Award-winning editor and author Terri Windling who helped establish major publishing imprints (Ace and Tor) as well as the mythic arts field, Jeff Herman of the Jeff Herman Agency, best-selling author Joan Anderson (A Year by the Sea) Loreena McKennitt- a cultured Celtic Grammy-nominated musician whose sold over 14 million albums and incorporates storytelling into her work, and successful debut novelist Erica Bauermeister (School of Essential Ingredients) hailed by Publisher's Weekly.

Please visit us at www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org (http://www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org) ***Before submitting any materials, please read the submission guidelines page and put the submission and cover letter in the body of the e-mail using the submissions e-mail address. ***We encourage feedback and literary discussion so we'd love to hear from you via our Feedback & Questions page.

Lit Chick5
03-25-2010, 09:48 AM
New Spring Issue released March 22nd~ readers and writers welcome to stop by and enjoy the writing, fine artwork and of course the writers' tools and resources! Literary discussion and feedback is encouraged as we explore themes!

Lit Chick5
04-11-2010, 10:51 PM
Visit our BRAND NEW Facebook page! And learn about the upcoming TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY ISSUE- submission deadline June 1st! http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/The-Write-Place-At-the-Write-Time-literary-journal/345104540254?ref=sgm

Lit Chick5
09-26-2010, 07:38 AM
To readers, writers and artists:

The Write Place At the Write Time is an online literary publication which features fiction, poetry, non-fiction, writing essays and resources from professionals in the field, an Exploration of Theme page, Archives of past issues, contests, fine artwork from artists whose backgrounds include having done work for The New York Times, and Best-Selling author interviews such as Janet Fitch (White Oleander) and Alice Hoffman (Practical Magic), Arthur Golden (Memoirs of a Geisha) and Frances Mayes (Under the Tuscan Sun). Other interviews with literary professionals include Director of the Oscar Wilde Centre for Creative Writing in Dublin, Ireland, Nancy Slonim Aronie- founder of the famed Chilmark Writing Workshop, Washington Post Book Editor and award-winning author- Carolyn See, internationally known author, interior designer, and lifestyle philosopher- Alexandra Stoddard, Random House V.P. of Children's Books- Michelle Poploff, Terri Windling, internationally acclaimed author and editor who helped to establish major publishing imprints Ace and Tor, Jeff Herman of The Jeff Herman Agency and many more.

We encourage new and seasoned writers to send in submissions for the next issue, benefit from resources we provide, read the current issue and enjoy themselves. It's a supportive writers' environment dedicated to artistic expression, learning and living the written word. We are a quarterly publication and our writers range from previously unpublished to having written for The New York Times, Newsweek, HBO and Business Week and they come from all over the US and Europe.

Please visit us at www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org (http://www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org) ***Before submitting any materials, please read the submission guidelines page and put the submission and cover letter in the body of the e-mail using the submissions e-mail address. ***We encourage feedback and literary discussion so we'd love to hear from you via our Feedback & Questions page.

The autumn issue debuted this week, with brand-new features, fiction, essays/writer resources, non-fiction, poetry, fine artwork, three book reviews (titles from Viking/Penguin, Harper Collins and Coffee House Press) and our autumn interviews with writer/producer Michael Hirst, whose work includes The Tudors as well as films such as Elizabeth and 1492: Conquest of Paradise, and famed actress Jane Seymour (East of Eden, Somewhere in Time, Live and Let Die, Dr. Quinn~ Medicine Woman) whose latest book, Among Angels features her fine artwork and a compilation of anecdotes and inspirational quotes on the theme of spirituality.

We cordially invite you to come and enjoy the new issue as we explore the harvest of autumn!

Warmest Regards,
The Write Place At the Write Time
http://www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org/

Lit Chick5
04-12-2011, 06:02 AM
To readers, writers and artists:

The Write Place At the Write Time is an online literary publication which features fiction, poetry, memoir-style non-fiction, writing essays and resources from professionals in the field, an Exploration of Theme page, Archives of past issues, contests, fine artwork from artists whose backgrounds include having done work for The New York Times, and Best-Selling author interviews such as Janet Fitch (White Oleander), Alice Hoffman (Practical Magic), Arthur Golden (Memoirs of a Geisha), Frances Mayes (Under the Tuscan Sun), Meg Waite Clayton (The Wednesday Sisters) and Jodi Picoult (My Sister's Keeper). Other interviews with literary professionals include Director of the Oscar Wilde Centre for Creative Writing in Dublin, Ireland, Nancy Slonim Aronie- founder of the famed Chilmark Writing Workshop, Washington Post Book Editor and award-winning author- Carolyn See, Random House V.P. of Children's Books- Michelle Poploff, Terri Windling, internationally acclaimed author and editor who helped to establish major publishing imprints Ace and Tor, Jeff Herman of The Jeff Herman Agency and many more.

We encourage new and seasoned writers to send in submissions for the next issue which will be our Three Year Anniversary Celebration Issue - deadline for submissions: June 1st, benefit from resources we provide, read the current spring issue and enjoy themselves. It's a supportive writers' environment dedicated to artistic expression, learning and living the written word. We are a quarterly publication and our writers range from previously unpublished to having written for The New York Times, Newsweek, HBO and Business Week and they come from all over the US and Europe.

Please visit us at www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org (http://www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org) ***Before submitting any materials, please read the submission guidelines page and put the submission and cover letter in the body of the e-mail using the submissions e-mail address. ***We encourage feedback and literary discussion so we'd love to hear from you via our Feedback & Questions page.

We cordially invite you to come and enjoy the new issue spring issue which recently debuted!

Best Regards,
The Write Place At the Write Time
http://www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org/

Lit Chick5
09-23-2011, 08:46 PM
An official member of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP), listed on the Poets & Writers site, NewPages.com, EWR, Duotrope Digest and P&E, The Write Place At the Write Time is a quarterly online literary journal featuring fiction, poetry, non-fiction "Our Stories", Writers' Craft Box- resources, tools and essays by professionals, original fine artwork and interviews with members of the literary field such as best-selling authors Janet Fitch (White Oleander) and Alice Hoffman (Practical Magic), Frances Mayes (Under the Tuscan Sun), Arthur Golden (Memoirs of a Geisha), Jodi Picoult (My Sister's Keeper), Meg Waite Clayton (The Wednesday Sisters) as well as e-book sensation turned Random House best-seller, HP Mallory, Naomi Epel (The Observation Deck- A Tool Kit for Writers), Washington Post Book Editor and award-winning author Carolyn See, Director of the Oscar Wilde Centre at Trinity College, Dublin, Gerald Dawe, Erica Bauermeister, Publishers Weekly hailed author of The School of Essential Ingredients and Grammy- nominated artist, Loreena McKennitt, international musician whose sold over 14 million albums and has performed for Her Royal Highness (2002), Hollywood actress and author Jane Seymour and Michael Hirst- writer and producer of the Golden Globe nominated series, The Tudors. Additional interviews include authors Joan Anderson (A Year by the Sea), Elizabeth Berg (Open House, The Art of Mending) and award-winning author and editor, Terri Windling who helped to establish the major publishing imprints of Ace and Tor as well as Jeff Herman whose innovative author marketing methods and publisher/agent guide have gained major recognition- having been written up in Forbes magazine. Our writers and artists range from previously unpublished to having done work for The New York Times, Newsweek, Business Week, HBO and Random House. Our fine artists have backgrounds such as having done work for The New York Times and The White House. Our Editor-in-Chief, a member of the National League of American Pen Women, has been featured on the television program Creative Women Today and was profiled in Writers in Business as well as Book Readers Heaven.

We are currently considering submissions for our winter issue, set to debut December 22nd. The submission deadline is Dec. 1st. The link to our submission guidelines page is as follows- please see site for specifics: http://www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org/submissionguidelines.html

Our latest issue, the autumn issue, is officially live:

In this issue we sit down cozily with a cup of tea to speak from the heart with New York Times best-selling author, Sarah Ban Breathnach. From Simple Abundance to her latest, Peace and Plenty, we cover a 360 degree spectrum of life in all its cycles and seasons of triumph, sorrow and joy. From discussing exercises about getting life to imitate art and reflecting the future in a mind's mirror to spinning our written words into alchemical gold, we speak of the books, passions and moments that inspire us to our most profound goals and how to use these to foster us through the moments when we've fallen, when we have to brush off and rise up again. Sarah Ban Breathnach is the author of twelve books, including the two #1 New York Times best-sellers, Simple Abundance and Something More. Named one of the country’s “most fascinating women of power and influence”, she has been a twelve-time Oprah guest and in the Official Commemorative Edition of Behind the Scenes of 25 Incredible Years, is the number 4 “aha” moment for the talk show host. Breathnach is credited with being the creator of the Gratitude Movement in the United States by creating the Simple Abundance Journal of Gratitude.

Our Book Reviews page features the sequel from the Fillory trilogy by Time magazine book editor and best-selling fiction author, Lev Grossman. The Magician King is the highly anticipated follow-up to 2009's The Magicians. From Hawthorne Press, we have debut author David Rocklin's striking intellectual and emotional portrait of a tumultuous era in India under British Colonial rule. One woman defies convention by satiating her grief with a driving artistic passion in The Luminist.

Writers' Craft Box- This time we feature an ode to personal, creative nourishment in "You Deserve a Self-Nurturing Date" and balance the scales with a pressing look into "The Winning Odd Couple of Journalism: The Storyteller and The Researcher" that includes tips, observations and resources.

Writers' Contest- The wonderful results of the summer Writers' Contest challenge are up! Read the entries that won 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Congratulations go out to William Hughes, Cheryl Sommese and Susan Rocco-McKeel.

Feedback and Questions- See our calendar for deadlines and updates as well as famous poet, author and artist birthdays.
See also our newly added and rather awesome "Search" feature- type in keywords to search the entire site, including all of the archives.

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Further Updates:

We will again be offering the affordable, intensive four week creative writing course entitled, Passion, Philosophy and Prose: The Power of the Pen. With wonderful feedback and reviews, this course intended to deeply spark your creativity and workshop your writer's voice is back with bonus material! Visit (http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000334029966#!/notes/write-place/sparking-the-fireplace-of-imagination-this-autumn-with-a-comprehensive-4-week-co/291214490892965) for a brief overview and testimonials from former students that took the course this past winter. It is for writers of any skill level looking to branch out into different mediums, genres or simply rekindle their creative spark and get writing again. If interested in learning more, please send an inquiry to professionalservices@thewriteplaceatthewritetime.o rg to receive a full syllabus and we will be happy to answer any questions you might have. The course is online and has the flexibility of being completed according to the writer's schedule. The sessions will be sent out from the course beginning, October 20th (Thursday) to November 10th; live check-point sessions with the instructor can be scheduled ahead of time.

"Nicole is a gifted teacher with a manner that will draw out only the best in people. She is very respectful and encouraging, whilst still offering constructive support. Her enthusiasm and positivity are very engaging and motivating. I believe that the course delivered what it promised. For me, it was a timely motivating tool which served to re-ignite my enthusiasm. I would not hesitate to do another course with TWPATWT again. The course was very concise and comprehensive within the scope of it's description. As a trained teacher, I can comment that the teaching style was very upbeat and positive. This is a key to any successful course. I would not hesitate to recommend this course to others"~ Leeanne M. Oschmanns, winter course student

The next edition of the Inscribing Industry newsletter is "The Scarlet Letter: A for Agent" and includes exclusive perspectives, obtained one on one, from top-selling famed authors and agents. To subscribe to the newsletter and receive each month's edition from this past year as well as those to come, send an email to professionalservices@thewriteplaceatthewritetime.o rg with the subject line (Add Me). Visit our Inscribing Industry blogspot which can now be accessed as a tab link in the magazine on the left-hand column or through http://inscribingindustry.blogspot.com/.

Lit Chick5
03-28-2012, 11:19 PM
The Write Place At the Write Time (ABOUT):

A member of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP), listed on the Poets & Writers site, NewPages.com, EWR, Duotrope Digest, P&E, The Review Review and the 2012 Novel and Short Stories Market, The Write Place At the Write Time is a quarterly online literary journal featuring fiction, poetry, non-fiction, writer resources, contests, tools and essays by professionals, original fine artwork/photography and interviews with best-selling authors such as Janet Fitch (White Oleander), Alice Hoffman (Practical Magic), Arthur Golden (Memoirs of a Geisha), Jodi Picoult (My Sister's Keeper), Frances Mayes (Under the Tuscan Sun), Eric Weiner (The Geography of Bliss) and Sarah Ban Breathnach (Simple Abundance) as well as numerous industry professionals including Naomi Epel (The Observation Deck- A Tool Kit for Writers), Michael Hirst- writer and producer of the Golden Globe-nominated series, The Tudors, award-winning author and editor, Terri Windling, who helped to establish the publishing imprints of Ace and Tor, and agent Jeff Herman whose innovative publisher/agent/editor guides have been written up in Forbes magazine.

Our writers and artists range from previously unpublished to having done work for The New York Times, Newsweek, Business Week, The Wall Street Journal, Time magazine and Random House. Our fine artists have diverse backgrounds including shows sponsored by The New York Times. Our publication has been featured on the television program Creative Women Today and was profiled in Sabotage Review, Writers in Business and Book Readers Heaven.

*We are currently accepting submissions of fiction, poetry, memoir-style non fiction/ personal essay, and professional/expert writing craft essays. Please see our submission guidelines page before submitting. The deadline for submissions is June 1st. This issue, set to be released this summer, will be our Four Year Anniversary Issue.:partyguy:

To get a feel for the magazine content, you can visit our current issue or our archives page. (http://www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org/home.html)