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Letter sent on Dec 3

Hey y’all…

New spaces. New beginnings.

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Hi loves… It is with a great deal of sadness that I am coming here today to tell you all that, effective immediately, I have resigned as Editor on both Literally Literary and Poetry Under Cover.

I have enjoyed working with all of you, but, I am simply out of energy. In addition to my own personal problems that are taxing my strength, there have been some creative differences behind the scenes and so I’ve decided that it would be in the best interest of all concerned if I just stepped away.

I loved working at both publications and I will miss that daily interaction with all of you lovely writers, as well as the collaborative efforts with my co-editors. I care deeply about my three co-editors, and I wish them the very best in their efforts to make the two publications the best they can be, and I know they will succeed.

So… Instead?

I have started my own publication here at Intimately Intricate, and I hope that you will join me here sometimes. Here is where I will be, going forward, posting my previously locked stories, and some of my previously un-hosted pieces, as well as new poems, essays and even some photography explorations.

What I’m looking to do here is house stories, poems, and other literary work that speaks to the demands of that intricate dance called life. We all do it whether in or out of a relationship. From the start of a search, a new friend found, an old one lost, a first glance, eyes caught, all the way through the battles won, hard fought. The in’s and out’s of everyday life, the joy and the strife, the wrongs, the rights… In a relationship or not. The intricate intimacy that is everyday life…

From first touch, to last goodbyes… I want to tell it all. And I hope you’ll join me, should you so desire. If anyone would like to become a writer here, please feel free to let me know in a response below. And know you are Welcome..!

Be well. 💋

Love you all.

Terijo

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