A More Links for the Final Week

Bethesda Magazine and Bethesda Urban Partnership are sponsoring a short story contest. For the short story contest, entrants must be: “Residents of Montgomery County, MD and Upper NW Washington, D.C. (ZIP codes 20015 and 20016) are eligible.” For the essay contest “Residents of Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia are eligible.” More details here.

Linden Avenue Literary Journal is looking for a reader. Search ends 12/1. Details here.

Internet figure, booster and New York Times recognized poet, Steve Roggenbuck is looking for an assistant. From his announcement:

help wanted classified’s

soon i wil need an assistant or manager to help me with the business side of what im doing: booking events, merch stuf, accoutning… i’ve been doing the bare minimum of those tasks and usualy dreading them. i need someone who can help me be effective and proactive with that side of my work. must be an enthuisastic person who undestands boosting and believes deeply in what i’m doing.. i woud pay this person, but the hours woud be v limited at first. please pitch me if youd be excited about this and u have ideas of how u could co-boost with me in this way… thank u very much

Contact him at his Facebook page or at his other Facebook page.

Some music to end your NaNoWriMo to.

A disturbing short story by Lincoln Michel to inspire your NaNo end: “A New Game.”

‘Nother post coming up soon.

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Bowie State’s NaNoWriMo write-ins take place every Thursday (with the exception of Thanksgiving) on Bowie State University’s campus (14000 Jericho Park Road, Bowie, MD 20715-9465) in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Building from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. All are welcome.

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