Hello readers and writers! Liz here with some updates on the goings-on of my life since I left the Ohio Valley. I moved to Chicago in February of this year — and what a move it has been. The decision … Continue reading
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Guess which amazing, smart woman just got herself a job.
If you guessed Editor Elizabeth Jenike (who’s been living in Chicago for less than two months), then you guessed right!
Send a huge congratulations to Elizabeth as a comment here or over on her own site, Liz Writes Stuff.
We’re proud of you, Liz! -TM
Update from Liz — New things on the horizon for us NEAT-itors
Somewhere, there is a cosmic teapot about to start whistling, because TM and I have had some things brewing for quite a while.
First, I just moved Chicago! Woo! It’s very exciting. It’s my first time living in a large city, and so far I love it. I can’t wait to delve into the literary scene here (for now, I’m helping my confused cats adjust and trying to keep my head above the snow). I know a couple of our past contributors live here in the Windy City, so I’m sure Chicago is just bursting with opportunity for NEAT.
Plus, with my move, we have completed a Bermuda Triangle of sorts with our editors. All of us started out in Oxford, Ohio, and now we have one in Cincinnati (TM), one in Chicago (me), and one in Pittsburgh (Alex). This neat-angle will serve a fun purpose later this year, methinks.
Second, and more importantly, TM is now a Master of Poetry! Yay! Everyone should comment and congratulate her on all of her hard work. Getting a master’s degree is no joke, and TM actually got two degrees at once, practically two years before most people. In other words, she’s awesome.
That’s about all for me, for now. The deadline for our Winter 2014-2015 issue is looming (February 13), so be sure to get us your DIRGES before the window closes!
Back to cat-cuddling!