Coming Soon: The Weekly Write

Swimming with Elephants Publications

The Weekly Write features a new piece of poetry or short prose every Sunday from January to October during 2019. The works with the most ‘likes,’ ‘shares,’ and ‘comments,’ at the end of November 2019 will be featured in the Swimming with Elephants 2019 Print Anthology due for release in December of 2019.

After the date of publication, each Weekly Writes has two weeks to earn as many ‘likes,’ ‘shares,’ and ‘comments’ as possible. So if you read something you like, share it and interact with it as much as possible. Both the SwEP staff and the author will be most appreciative.

An open call for submissions for the 2020 Weekly Writes and Anthology will begin in October 2019.

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Published by stormy144

I am a well rounded person due to being abused abandoned and orphaned as a child I was tossed from home to home being raised by various races and cultures, I went off in life young being emancipated from the state at 16 I ventured off to learn various religions and occult practices although during times in my two grandmother's homes Christianity was the staple thesis. I have looked for love in every wrong place I have commuted every sin and taboo and live to return the stories to the masses. I have lived and married 3 different men and gave birth to 7 different children which ultimately I raised 4 single handed and beat all the odds and statistics for one who comes from my background and I am now here to share how and answer questions that perplex the masses.

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