Our favorite three-legged alien, Seyfert, stopped by a trattoria in search of accoutrementation. He found instead a history lesson
Literati, also just under the wire came Julie Mark Cohen’s third entry into our contest, lugging along that loveable tri-pod, Assymetrical Seyfert. Seems to me we’ve got two more entries after this, which chef Tiffany Vakilian is preparing for your consumption. And a commercial note here: We have less than a week before we must submit Kristy Webster’s manuscript for publishing. Please, this is a family effort to make our expenses. How much did you spend on yourself the last time you went out for lunch? Do the equivalent of inviting Kristy to lunch, donating that amount to her campaign. Kristy will personally sign and send a copy of “The Gift of an Imaginary Girl” to each of her supporters. Please be one of them. The link to her campaign follows Syefert’s boyish romp.
Seyfert, my dear Literati, survived our hiatus from cyberspace just fine. He is the lovable character of Julie Mark Cohen’s imagination. He is everyman, not quite fitting in but too sweet to leave out in the cold on a rainy night. And so cuddly!
Here he is getting into the swim of things in our contest that requires the writer to build a story around a single word: AGAIN.
(intern finds nothing sarong with breaching the toga of the editor-in-cheek) Oh! My Literadical Literati! That asymmmmetrical everyman from a galaxy far, far away, has returned for re-entry into our contest: A Dozen Roses from a Single Thorn: A Valentine’s Day Contest. Sefert got word that the deadline has been extended until February 28th. […]
(editor-in-chief–moi–seen here skyping with Julie Mark Cohen. “You’re just not my skype!” she said….Ouch!) Hello once more from the Towers that are A Word with You Press. Julie Cohen has become the designated chanel-er for Seyfert, the loveable, asymmetrical every-man from a galaxy far, far away. Seyfert has visited us before, and Julie is soon […]
(I got you, babe!) Literati! It’s GREAT to be king! You not only get to MAKE the rules; you get to ignore them when it suits your selfish needs! Julie Mark Cohen, who has been a contestant (and to my recollection winner of one of our contests? We have had about thirty. Or forty. Can’t […]