Aug 19

Calling all Burlington writers & poets age 55+

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An book of creative works by Burlington's older adults is being put together thanks to a grant from the city of Burlington and CARP. To submit a story - must live in Burlington. Pieces can be fiction or non-fiction or even a poem. The theme is Voice. (creative voice, using writing to have your voice or whatever voice means to you.) Word limit -up to 1000 words. Please submit by Sept. 30th to Nikki Rottenberg or for more information call 905-522-9996. Happy Writing.

Aug 27

can someone submit if they have lived most of their life in Burlington, but do not live here now? thank you.

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