Thursday, May 21, 2020

Introducing Wee Word Wee-Sources


I am so excited to share a new focus here on Wee Words for Wee Ones:
Wee-Sources!







Every week I will share a Wee Word Wee-Source with you, my dear weaders READers.

The Wee-Source will be:
  • a poetry (or otherwise) submission opportunity
  • a writing/teaching event that might interest you
  • a poetry infused language learning tip or tidbit
  • a book WEE-view
  • a writing/poetry prompt 
  • any Wee-source YOU want to share*
  • Smidgey's Identity Crisis Poetry Series videos:












*email me direct: bridget@bridgetmagee.com

Here is today's Wee-Source:

Call for submissions: 42-Word Stories Anthology

An anthology of 42 categories of 42 selected works of 42-word microfiction stories, and 42 art pieces, one per chapter. 

That's potentially 1,764 authors in one book. 

Deadline: Until categories are filled.

Release date: TBA

I'm happy to say that I have a story in the Poetic Prose category that has been accepted into this anthology. Click on the link to check out the categories and see if you can write a 42 word story to fit. Take a chance and jump at this opportunity.

And here is today's Wee Words Poem:

one stop shop
for your wee word needs
no mask required
©2020, Bridget Magee. All Rights Reserved.

Hosting all the poetry goodness can be found is 
Carol at Beyond LiteracyLink

20 comments:

Tabatha said...

Wee-Sources! Thanks, Bridget-- sounds great! :-)

jama said...

Hooray for Wee-Sources!! Looking forward to this series. Thank you from a devoted weader . . . :D

Linda B said...

Sounds great, Bridget, your 'wee-sources' will be a good challenge coming up!

Linda Mitchell said...

Congratulations on Wee-Sources. I love the idea of Smidgy having a bit of an identity crisis. Poor pup. You'll have to write him out of it and let us know how that goes.

KatApel - katswhiskers.wordpress.com said...

Hahaha. I didn't actually get the full pun until I started on the comments. Of course; wee-sources. Congratulations on your poetic pose acceptance, too!

Bridget Magee said...

Thank you, Tabatha! :)

Bridget Magee said...

Thank you, Jama! The admiration is mutual. :)

Bridget Magee said...

You are an inspiration with your commitment to challenges, Linda. I am always impressed by what you produce. :)

Bridget Magee said...

Thanks, Linda. Smidgey will have repeated identity crisis with each riddle poem video, but it all ends up ok. She's such a good puppy sport. :)

Bridget Magee said...

Thanks, Kat! I'm excited to share your pep on my next post - a great wee-source for my weaders. :)

Carol Varsalona said...

Congratulations, Bridget, on opening a new series on your blog and having your story in Poetic Prose accepted. You ending poem made me laugh.

Sally Murphy said...

Wee-sources is a clever item for a clever idea. And I love the idea of wee 42 word stories. Might have to try. Thanks for sharing.

Mary Lee said...

Whee! So much fun!

laurasalas said...

What fun! Congrats on your acceptance--and hooray for one shop without a mask :>)

Bridget Magee said...

Thank you, Carol! I just realized that I could have extended my wee pun in the last line of my poem: no mask wee-quired". ;) Please let me know if you'd like another voice promoting any of your projects!

Bridget Magee said...

I hope you do try the 42 word anthology submission, Sally! It was a challenge, but I'm proud of my acceptance. Let me know if you give it a go!

Bridget Magee said...

Thanks, Mary Lee! A whee from a kind weader like you makes me smile. :)

Bridget Magee said...

Hee-hee, thanks, Laura! The only thing contagious around here is smiles. Thanks for sharing yours. :)

Michelle Heidenrich Barnes said...

Congratulations on your acceptance, Bridget! I'm also excited about this new direction for your blog. It sounds useful and doable without being too overwhelming, though Smidgey may feel otherwise. A video series is a pretty big undertaking for any pooch, let alone one with an identity crisis!

Bridget Magee said...

Thanks, Michelle! Smidge is a good sport, but definitely confused at times. But then again, are we all? :)

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