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Published by Ideals Children's Books,


a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards






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Lucidity Free International Poetry Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, April 1, 2010
Sponsored by Lucidity Poetry Journal
Established 1985
Free contest offers small prizes and possible publication for poems in any form dealing with people and interpersonal relationships.
Authors must be 18+.
Editor Ted Badger calls Lucidity "a national journal of verse that features understandable poetry. We look for poems that have clarity and focus, so the audience can both comprehend and applaud the lines." No email submissions, please.
Unpublished submissions preferred but not required.
Deadline: APRIL 30, 2010 postmark
Awards: 1st Place: $100; 2nd Place: $50; 3rd Place $25
Plus 17 Poems of Note
Top Winners may be published with permission of the poet.
Typed, single-spaced, in standard font. One poem per page. Include author's name, address, phone and email (if available) on each page. No email submissions, please. You may submit up to 5 poems but each poem must not exceed 36 lines and the lines should not exceed about 75-80 characters. No prose poetry, please.
Editor Ted Badger says: "We are seeking poetry that deals with people, relationships, life issues and events, written in clear and concise English."
Form of the poem is open but must have something to say without resorting to vulgarity. Clarity is crucial. We publish poetry that everyday people can relate to, understand and enjoy."
 
Mail to: Lucidity Clarity Contest
10210 Forum West #415
Houston TX 77036-8323 USA
 
Include SASE to receive contest results.
The entries will be judged in May and the results announced in June 2010 using email and your SASE.



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Lucidity Free International Poetry Contest

Posted by Sally Clark on Thursday, April 1, 2010
Sponsored by Lucidity Poetry Journal
Established 1985
Free contest offers small prizes and possible publication for poems in any form dealing with people and interpersonal relationships.
Authors must be 18+.
Editor Ted Badger calls Lucidity "a national journal of verse that features understandable poetry. We look for poems that have clarity and focus, so the audience can both comprehend and applaud the lines." No email submissions, please.
Unpublished submissions preferred but not required.
Deadline: APRIL 30, 2010 postmark
Awards: 1st Place: $100; 2nd Place: $50; 3rd Place $25
Plus 17 Poems of Note
Top Winners may be published with permission of the poet.
Typed, single-spaced, in standard font. One poem per page. Include author's name, address, phone and email (if available) on each page. No email submissions, please. You may submit up to 5 poems but each poem must not exceed 36 lines and the lines should not exceed about 75-80 characters. No prose poetry, please.
Editor Ted Badger says: "We are seeking poetry that deals with people, relationships, life issues and events, written in clear and concise English."
Form of the poem is open but must have something to say without resorting to vulgarity. Clarity is crucial. We publish poetry that everyday people can relate to, understand and enjoy."
 
Mail to: Lucidity Clarity Contest
10210 Forum West #415
Houston TX 77036-8323 USA
 
Include SASE to receive contest results.
The entries will be judged in May and the results announced in June 2010 using email and your SASE.



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.
 

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