Publishing Victory for Seattle Writer Wendy Call

Congrats in order!
Congrats in order!

Michigan Quarterly Review posted essay by Seattle writer, Richard Hugo House teacher, and friend of the show, Wendy Call. Read, I command thee!

PS. In every single Get Published class I teach, the whole class wants to know, “How do I know which are the good places to send?” Michigan Quarterly is one of the very good places.

Wendy Call is teaching Eight Keys to Nonfiction Prose (an eight-eight-week, online class) starting Monday, February 3. She has joined the roster of instructors at Writers.com. For more details about the class, visit
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Author: allehall

I am a writer. I write to explore childhood: literary essays and short fiction, journalism, and three haiku. My published work expresses my belief that everything which did or did not happen to me as a child is manifesting in everything that is or is not happening to me today. More importantly, it is also manifesting for my children. I believe funny is the new navel-gazing, and that the best funny keeps a penny's worth of serious in an accessible pocket. Little-known fact: I have a completed novel decorating the inside of a desk drawer. Perhaps it is not funny enough.

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