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I was moved to tears by Becky Rupp’s article, “Following the Sun.” Thank you, Becky.
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I support the new tagline “Gardening Stories from the Heart”; The old “Weeders’ Digest” one always struck me as suggesting that “the stories contained herein might be as trite as those found in the old Reader’s’ Digest magazine.” But I never found that to be true. “Gardening Stories from the Heart” lands much closer to the truth. Each story contains gems that touch me, sometimes very deeply. Indeed, sometimes so deeply that I have to put the story aside and wait for my eyes to clear. Thank you.
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Call for Submissions!
Calling all gardening writers—we seek gardening stories that are true and personal, expressive and thoughtful, and humorous and witty. We want stories for all seasons of the year, but we especially want stories with a Winter theme right now! We want stories that “show, don’t tell” and are heartfelt—a story you would tell a friend or family member. Dialogue is a great way to demonstrate the feelings and situations. We don’t do sappy or preachy stories, so please avoid those types. Finally, your story should have a strong ending—a creative and forceful conclusion that ends your story with a wham and a wow! Your story should be between 600-1,500 words. We’ll pay $100-$150 per story, and we pay on your acceptance of First North American Serial Rights (unless you’ve already published your story somewhere else first; we’re happy to reprint garden writing pieces—as long as they’re good!). Please submit stories by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Story” in the subject line.