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This edition of is packed with stories, poems, and articles to keep you entertained throughout the cooler months.Our “seasonal Wonders” section has stories and poems about holidays and the change of seasons. “The Writers’ Climb” has articles and an exercise to stimulate your fiction writing muscles.

Announcements of writing contests with deadlines beyond April 1 and October 1 respectively are welcome. If you would like to have an excerpt of your book published in an issue of “Magnets and Ladders”, please submit a chapter or section of your book to [email protected] If your work is selected for inclusion in a future “Behind Our Eyes” project, you will be notified; your approval and final review will be required.

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He knew how to make me laugh and allowed me to be myself instead of always having to put on a performance to prove I was an ordinary college girl.

Many of the other people I knew didn’t believe that blind people were normal human beings.

Thanks to Abbie Johnson Taylor and her committee members: Marilyn Brandt Smith, Lillian Way, Valerie Moreno, and Cleora Boyd for all of your hard work.

The determination of guidelines and the selection of winners required a great deal of time and consideration.

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It is also available in recorded format from the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Our mailing list is a low-traffic congenial place to share work in progress; learn about submission requests; and to ask and answer writing questions.

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Please single-space all submissions, and use a blank line to separate paragraphs and stanzas.

All of our prize winning stories and poems can be found throughout this issue.

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