Saturday, October 31, 2009

EWR: We Can Finally Drink Legally At 21!

Welcome to the October 25, 2009 edition of Everything Worth Reading. This month's edition is a little shorter than the others. That's okay, though. It's jam-packed with good reads. Check 'em out.

Surbhi Bhatia presents The Blair Witch Project posted at The Viewspaper » The Viewspaper.

Lynette Marchiano presents Top 10 Free Open Courseware Classes on Pregnancy and Early Childhood posted at ultrasound tech school.

Rodney Sutton presents Uh...I Thought You Took Care Of That! posted at Happy Hog Speaks!.

Lucynda Riley presents My Skirt around my hips and Enikk between them posted at The Alien Princess.

john c erianne presents Damning With Faint Praise posted at Diary of a Mad Editor.

Richard Shelmerdine presents Some Random Haiku Poems « posted at Richard Shelmerdine.

Post Of The Month!
Madeleine Begun Kane presents The Price Of Facebook Friendship posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.

Lisa Illichmann presents Lisa Illichmann » Busy Bees posted at Lisa Illichmann, saying, "As a young girl, I dreamt of big business and fame and fortune. Unfortunately, I still had a few lessons to learn before I could go that path. Fortunately, I learned them. :-)"

Elisha Webster Emerson presents Healthcare: My Private Politic posted at My Inconvenient Body, saying, "My personal experiences with our current health care industry."

Lucynda Riley presents Concrete in a Gas Tank posted at Lucynda Riley.

Jim Murdoch presents Wanted: a home for used poems posted at The Truth About Lies, saying, "How many times do you read submission guidelines and discover that they only want new poems? Most of the time. But why? There are so many magazines and e-zines on the go and most of them don't have the greatest readerships so what is the chance of people chancing upon your poem in both places? And if they did, would that be such a bad thing? And what counts as published anyway? If there is no chance of rejection does publication count? And what does one do with all these used poems then?"

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