This week I was telling you about seeing the moon, and many of you liked my story. Thank you so much for your reading!
I also wanted to thank Jessica Lovejoy for writing this story: Why I’m Happy to Make Myself Accessible to Anyone Who Reads My Work. She inspired me and I decided to create a new email address especially dedicated to Scribe and my work as a writer and editor.
The main goal is to be able to better manage the conversations I have with readers and writers, including publication requests. Because I’m not hiding it from you, some writers are still waiting for me to make a review of their submissions. This will change with my new organization, at least I hope so!
As you all know, I try to pay special attention to the writers I publish on Scribe and to all the readers who read and support us. And this attention should start as soon as we get in touch by email!
Sylvia Wohlfarth was in the spotlight in this week’s column. I hope you enjoyed discovering or re-reading her stories! For the next edition starting today, I chose to highlight Austin Briggman. He’s one of my favorite poets here, whom I’ve been publishing on Scribe for a long time. Go ahead and discover his pen, you’ll love it.
Oh, by the way, I have a nice surprise in store for you in next week’s letter. I think you should enjoy it, stay tuned!
Your weekly digest:
Tall, by Agnes Louis. Are You True to Yourself?, by Thomas Plummer. Purple Dreams, by Bridget Webber. Shell, by Afiyah The Poet. Orbits, by Trisha Traughber. Why I’m Happy to Make Myself Accessible to Anyone Who Reads My Work, by Jessica Lovejoy. The Moon Empress, by Lora K Lucente. Circumstantial, by Austin Briggman. Dissolving, by Erika Burkhalter. Heal Our Souls, by Christie Alex Costello, MBA. Unrequited Love, by Sylvia Wohlfarth. It Was, I Imagine What A Black Hole Might Be Like, by Jessica Trumpour. La Saint-Valentin/Valentine’s Day, by Farah Egby. Kismet, by D. E. Fulford. Love’s Demise, by Lisa Wathen. According to Chemistry, and Also My Brain, Alcohol Is a Solution, by Ella Marcantonio. I Could Hear Crickets, by Deborah Barchi. The Midnight Sun, by Marianna Saver. When Stars Cried, by Lakshya Malik.