Ruminate Magazine- SHORT STORY PRIZE & POETRY WORKSHOP & Visual Arts Prize

         «« chewing on life, faith, and art »»

Cover Art by Zahra Nazari 
Friends,
Issue 35: A Loss for Words is out and about!
I love the scary/beautiful mystery that is implied in the phrase a loss for words. It means we’ve come to the end of ourselves, which is both frightening and good. It means that no matter how much talking, examining, or even deep pondering we give, some things are simply imponderable.
Join us as we explore the “frontiers of the unsayable” as Marilyn Robinson says.
Cheers,
P.S. Now is a great time to subscribe!

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P.P.S. Looking for weekly inspiration? Check out the Ruminate Blog for great essays from your favorite Ruminate contributors!
This post from our blog editor “5 Ruminate Blog Posts to Revisit this Summer” is a great place to start!
Issue 35 Out in the Wild
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just use the hashtag #Ruminate Love.)

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Just two weeks  left to enter our annual Short Story Prize. 1st place receives $1500 and publication in the magazine. 
Each issue includes personal notes from our readers on a particular topic. The topic for this issue is “Writ in Water.” In 400 words or fewer, tell us about the murkiness, clarity, and salt-sting of water in your life. Deadline is August 3rd. 
Ruminate poetry editor, Kristin George Bagdanov, is offering one-on-one poetry critiques and workshops. Use coupon code PoetryWorkshop to save $5 off any workshop throughout July and August.
We invite you to enter our annual Kalos Visual Art Prize. 1st place receives $2000 and a feature spread in the magazine. 2nd place receives $500 and publication in the magazine.
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