An article I wrote for Bitch magazine profiling ShinJoung Yeo, Stanford University research librarian and all-around kick-ass feminist, is at your favorite bookshop now. I can’t remember the page number, but it’s the issue with the words Lost & Found (the issue theme) on the black cover.
I’d wanted to write for Bitch, my favorite mag, since the late ’90’s when I discovered it at the Richland County Public Library. When they accepted my query a few months ago, I was over the moon. And now you can read the results of my hard work, while also perhaps discovering a new favorite mag for yourself.
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Congratulations on the acceptance, Marjorie! That’s fabulous. 🙂 And though I’ve heard of <>Bitch<>, I’ve never read it — I will need to check it out, and your article! 🙂>>I hope you’re having a great holiday season, and I wish you all the best in 2008, and a superduper writing year!
Marjorie! >Congrats to you. It is fantastic that you have made a writing dream come true. I know that this year will be filled with fulfilled writing dreams. As always, I am rooting for you.>>Happy New Year!!!>Your friend,>LBR
How exciting! Congrats. 🙂>>And welcome to the Inkthinker Query Challenge — glad to have you on board.>>Kristen King>http://www.inkthinkerblog.com
Hi, <>TL<>! Good God, I’m late in responding to this comment. My apologies! Thanks so much for your kind note. Yeah, we had a great holiday, albeit quite busy, what with going back to Dallas to visit folks and all. Now we’re in the process of moving and are up to our ears in boxes and <>stuff<>!!!>>Hope 2008 is a productive one for you as well! I need to go visit your fabulous blog. I haven’t visited in awhile.>>Dear <>LBR<>, merci for your comment! >>Happy New Year!>>Dear <>Kristen<>, thanks so much! I know I’m a little behind, but I’m catching up. This week’s been craaaazy, but hey, it’s all in good fun, right?>>Cheers,>Marjorie
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