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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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All of our prize winning stories and poems can be found throughout this issue.
As always, “From a Different Perspective” is full of surprises, and we have a great mix of poems in “The Melting Pot.” I would like to give a big thanks to all of the committee members and to Marilyn Brandt Smith, Jason Smith and John Weidlich for your hard work and support throughout the production process.As a memorial to Bobbi La Chance Bubier, the Behind Our Eyes group held a romance contest this spring.The contest winners will be featured in the first section of this edition of .Please cite previous publisher and/or notify if work is accepted elsewhere. Paste your submission and bio into the body of your email or attach in Microsoft Word format.We do not feature advocacy, activist, “how-to,” or “what’s new” articles regarding disabilities. If submitting Word documents, please put your name and the name of your piece at or near the top of the document. You will be notified if your piece is selected for publication.