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Words Words Words
A Quarterly-Annual Literary Ezine

December 2003
Editor's Note

Welcome to this edition of 'Words Words Words.' If this is your first visit, than please, enjoy yourself. Take a look around, subscribe to this quarterly annual literary tribute, and refresh your mind with brilliant new literary works of art, as well as the fine resources offered to anyone interested in the literary field.

This issue of Words Words Words introduces a special addition to our growing literary resources: the long awaited WWW Publications Website has finally launched, and with its debut comes the very first Words Words Words Annual Poetry Competition!

Words Words Words Publications is a brand new literary media resource site that offers services such as editorial consultation, ghost writing, and web site design.

I'd like to invite you to take a look and see what it's all about, but before you do, please allow me to tell you a little more about this new poetry competition:

The goal of this competition is to gather the best poetry from poets around the world and piece it together in a print anthology.  Once the contest closes, the best poems will be selected and published in the anthology, and prizes will be given to the top three poets for outstanding work.

Well, don't just sit there, go see what it's all about!

'Words Words Words' - a quarterly annual literary ezine devoted to the art of the written word.
Each issue, released on the first of every September, December, March, and June, will be filled with articles, poetry, contests, and inspiration for writers, plus so much more.
'Words Words Words' supports the amateur writer's community and seeks to aid writers in their endeavors to become established.
We thank-you very much for taking an interest in our ezine and hope you come back regularly.


Marylin Houle,
Editor in Chief.

Fog Likely Next 8 Miles

We trudge upward in
thin rain which lifts--
and becomes the cloud itself.

Snow rubs its itch--
one side shadow, one side bright
on trees and scrubs the peaks,

rubs like a cat in heat.
Powdered evergreens, stolid as buffalo
stand sentinel at park shoulders.

We slide past looming icicles
as sharp as dragon teeth. Wearing
Wool over cotton, loosely layered,

we feel needles underneath.
Roaring snow levels with us,
stings us up the plowed path.

Our eyelashes freeze
as the sun drops between
the earth and sky.

Beebe Barksdale

I shall live badly if I do not write, and I shall write badly if I do not live.

- Francoise Sagan


Poet's Spotlight - Featuring poet AngelaMichelle Smith and her chapbook "The Poetic Essence of AngelaMichelle"

Drammens' Plot - "The Lost Vale" - Through Wild Lands

Cheryl A. Papin - Darkness Of My Mind

The Journal - Creating an Atmosphere

The Write Reviewer - Writers Wanted!

The Yoke of Obedience - a heartfelt story by Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy

How To - Get a Good Review For Your Book: an article by Bobbi Duffy

Humor - 'A New Peachy-Keen Fabric' by Robert P. Herbst

Jan Theuninck - The Belgiun Poet

Mandelbaumís Audition - More Mandelbaum from Jack Goodstein

Bonnie Kay Florea - Nourishing the Soul

Andre West - They Pay Us Cash To Tell Them In The Dark

The Course of History - Marie Haisan takes us back

Mariesa Stevens - Poems Fascination, Life of the Party, and Run

Lanaia Lee - Lanaia takes the open mic

Corey Mesler - Stylings of a seasoned poet

65 Roses - heartfelt words from John Faucett

Writer's Network - Connect with other writers from all around the world

Contests - Enter a writing contest!

Poll - Cast your own vote now!

The Write Market - Check it out! Post Literary Events, markets, and more!

The Write Events - Share your literary events and look for events you'd like to attend

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