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Courtney Clute Nov 15
Opened my mail to find ’s name on the cover! What a great way to end my day. I’m so excited to read this! 📖
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One Story Nov 15
Great to see issue #176, "Running Alone" by , featured in this piece by on ! Get your copy/read Halimah's Q&A with us here:
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One Story Nov 15
Replying to @HalimahMarcus
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One Story Nov 15
Emerging writers who have not yet published a book and don't have an MFA: today is the LAST DAY to apply to the Adina Talve-Goodman Fellowship. The application portal is open until midnight (EST) tonight. Send us your words!
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One Story Nov 15
Replying to @ma_yiming
Our apologies, . That post was an error, and we've since taken it down. Applications are indeed open until midnight EST tonight, Nov. 15th. We hope you apply! Any questions, please contact: fellowship@one-story.com
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One Teen Story Nov 14
Attention teen writers! The deadline for the One Teen Story writing contest is TOMORROW 11/15! The prize is $500 and publication! Check out our guidelines and submit here:
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One Story Nov 14
Replying to @wcasimpson
International writers too!
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One Story Nov 14
A joy to see & Brigid Hughes honored last night 's gala, then watch exiting director get a standing ovation before passing the torch to . =essential part of the lit world. Please support!
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One Story Nov 14
Replying to @onestorymag
One Story is honored to be facilitating this fellowship with the Talve-Goodman family, so that Adina’s love of storytelling & her vision for a better world can live on. ❤️
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One Story Nov 14
Replying to @onestorymag
*This means writing that explores being in a body marked by difference, oppression, violence, or exclusion; often through categories of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, class, religion, illness, disability, trauma, migration, displacement, dispossession, or imprisonment
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One Story Nov 14
Replying to @onestorymag
We are seeking writers whose work speaks to issues and experiences related to inhabiting bodies of difference.*
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One Story Nov 14
1 DAY LEFT to apply for the Adina Talve-Goodman Fellowship! Free writing classes, a stipend & a full manuscript review to an unpublished fiction writer who has not attended an MFA program. No submission fee. Deadline=11/15 at midnight EST
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One Story Nov 14
Replying to @EllenRhudy
Yes, published samples are OK!
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One Story Nov 10
Excited about this event next week featuring friends & celebrating the launch of Jenn's novel, THE PLACE YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO LAUGH
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One Story Nov 10
5 days left to apply for the Adina Talve-Goodman Fellowship! Free writing classes, a stipend & a full manuscript review to an unpublished fiction writer who has not attended an MFA program. No submission fee. Deadline=11/15
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One Story Nov 9
One week left to submit to 's writing contest for teens! We’re asking writers ages 13-19 to enter their original, unpublished fiction by 11/15. No submission fee. Prize=$500 & publication
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One Story Nov 9
A message about our May 2018 Issue.
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One Story Nov 8
Fellowship applications are due one week from today. Send us your work!
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One Teen Story Nov 7
“Franz’s eyes met mine, and we exchanged firm nods, both understanding what the other was thinking. We had started this journey with the intent of getting the Lipizzaners to safety. We would do that, or die trying.”— "Escape from Vienna" (OTS 56) by Erin Snyder. 🐎🐎🐎
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One Teen Story Nov 6
In one of our Teen Writing Contest winning stories, “Escape from Vienna,” Erin Snyder drops us into the middle of an air raid in 1945 while two teen boys try to save a group of Lipizzaner stallions.
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