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Call For Submissions — Your Life Without Writing

I think about this from time to time; what would my life be without writing? What would I do? Who would I be? Writing has helped me express my thoughts in ways I could never do verbally. It’s made me more brave and has turned into a career that has helped me provide for my family.

My writing and my being are forever connected.

But you know how we do at CRY. This is all about you, so tell us what would your life be without writing? What would you be doing? What has writing meant to your life? Your mental health? Your career?

Same rules as always:

  • You can submit to this or ANY of our past writing prompts. Just scroll through our previous newsletters. They’ll be marked “Call for Submissions.”
  • If you’re already a writer for CRY, go ahead and submit.
  • Be as creative as you want in your submissions. As long as you stick to the topic, we’ll consider it.
  • Just because you submit doesn’t mean we’ll post. If you haven’t heard back from us in three days, consider that a pass.




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