Alysa Salzberg

Alysa Salzberg
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JANUARY 12, 2011 10:38AM

Beguiling news!

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It's that time again....
 
 
...time for another issue of Beguile!
 
This issue's theme is humor.
 
If you have some time and/or need a good laugh (and hey, who doesn't?), please feel free to come on by and check it out at:
 
 
I'd like to thank my team for all their hard work, and, of course, a huge "Thank you!" to our contributors!
 
Happy Reading and Viewing! 
 
...And don't forget, be you an OSer or a reader from another realm, we're always looking for new voices and visions.  For information about writing and artwork submissions, please click here
 
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This is great Alysa.. Always love to see things like this.
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You're doing a great job as editor. How'd I miss earlier issues of Beguile?

Especially appealing to me are Sharon Watts' smart artwork and Kristen Easley's verbal picture of Momism today. Her upcoming book is a mom read!
I just came in from shoveling nearly a foot of snow (wearing mukluks and Kmart snow pants--so much for chic), and see this post! I look forward to snuggling up with all of Beguile later today. Thanks so much for including me in this issue, Alysa, and, well, for finding my artwork "beguiling" :)
Wonderful, Alysa. All the contributions are just great. Amy Abbott is always a favorite of mine. R
Added this to my favorites so I can read and perhaps even communicate with you there!


Elijah Rising
Lovely! I hadn't read Kristen Easley's wonderful work before, so thanks for the introduction.