“Winter’s Dream” in Verum lit press magazine

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MY artwork, “Winter’s Dream” is in Issue 1 of Verum lit press magazine. Please go and give the whole issue a glance and a read, you won’t regret it.

~ by Oloriel on August 28, 2022.

15 Responses to ““Winter’s Dream” in Verum lit press magazine”

  1. Congrats! 🎊 Gorgeous work!

  2. Love this!!! ❤️💕

  3. Btw; the magazine link didn’t work, but a huge congratz to ya. x

    • Thanks for letting me know; I have fixed it now, seems that the original link for the issue moved, the new one works! 🙂

      • Awwwwwesome. I’ll check it out!

      • p.s. I forgot to tell you, you’re my favourite writer EVER. Just wanted you to know. 😉

      • Thank you. I needed that. Checking if I am eligible currently to enter some silly and fun event that asks for rejected poetry, reading the poems rejection letter and being like Wow, ok, I can see why I do not submit anything anywhere for years and just write less and less. ❤

      • Noooo! You must keep writing. You’re damn good, man. Just saying. And you should enter as many things as possible, but I totally understand where you’re coming from. I know first-hand what those rejection letters feel like. (I like what Robin Williams said: Joke ‘em if they can’t take a f***. 😁) I also like that Stephen King had a large nail in his bedroom wall (early on in his career) on which he’d hang all of his (many) rejection letters. Food for thought as they say. 😉

      • OH, definitely will keep writing, but I myself have grown a thicker skin for these events, where the rejection came from their subjective and objective thoughts while simultaneously creating their magazine issue. I think it is where my own magazine likewise stems from – I want to create something where people’s heart and soul, on a page, canvas, lens, whatever it is, is not something that has to FIT whatever my idea of those feelings is, what I think is pretty, or political, or spiritual. A small place, but where one can really fit in, because the magazine is about them and the stories they feel like saying.

      • Well I love it. You’re definitely setting a precedent and making your mark in the literary world. Again, I don’t know where you get your energy but I wish I had as much as you do!

      • I don’t submit because I no longer feel like I have to impress someone and fit a certain theme, and lord knows I anyways have huge issues with figures of authority of any kind . When they take on a more inclusive approach towards inspiration, maybe 🙂

      • and lord knows I anyways have huge issues with figures of authority of any kind <<< I feel you so hard on that one. 😅

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