I’m trying my hand with content curation this week in conjunction with writing in public. Enjoy the stories!
Alessandra Codinha in Vogue Magazine
When I look for photos of women on the military websites, I can’t find much. Those available are pretty limited, like an afterthought (I imagine someone in command is saying, “Oh, that’s right, we forgot to add a photo of a woman.”). This article has stunning photos of military women, from all the different services.
Mary Elizabeth Pratt in We Are the Mighty
This was written recently, but even twenty-five years ago it was all true. My most popular blog post of all time was on hair for women in the military.
K. Gitter on Do You Remember?
I just saw the musical production of The Sound of Music at the Kennedy Center–my first live Rogers and Hammerstein production, so this caught my eye. Behind the scenes filming of movies that we all like is fascinating. This one talks about the hazards some of these actors went through.
Besides, it’s Julie Andrews.
Max Booth III in LitReactor
This link comes from Day Al-Mohamed, who used to belong to my writing group. A lot of magazines don’t pay writers, but instead promise to give the writer “exposure.” Unfortunately, this type of payment also means they don’t get good stories that will draw readers to read your story. Everyone else is going to try to take advantage of us. We don’t need to jump in and help them.
This is an ebook, which I found this book via Angie’s Desk. I know a lot about graphics, though I was never trained formally in it, so I almost passed it by. But after I saw Angie’s description, I decided to buy it. And I learned something new about building covers, which you would have seen (and probably not noticed) on the Granny Logic cover.