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The Festival of the Trees Edition #13 — Putting Down Roots — is up over at Wrenaissance Reflections. It’s big and it’s beautiful, with contributions from all over the globe.
Time to head over there and have a look!
The call is heard across the land for submissions to the Third Festival of the Trees. Bev of Burning Silo will be the host this time around. You are invited to send your tree post — or to suggest posts other have made — to Bev at burning-silo [at] magickcanoe [dot] com.
Bev would like your submission no later than the evening of August 29th, so don’t be late.
Be sure to put “Festival of the Trees” in the subject line.
And if you’d like to host the Festival in an upcoming month, send Dave or me an email. Dave’s at bontasaurus [at] yahoo [dot] com. And you can reach me at editor [at] roundrockjournal [dot] com.
The second Festival of the Trees is now up over at Roundrock Journal. Head on over there and look at the many ways people look at trees.
The Festival has had a great start, thanks mostly to all of the fine work done by Dave. I’m hosting the second Festival of the Trees over at Roundrock Journal, and I hope you will consider submitting one of your tree-ish posts to be included.
I’d like to have your email with link included by July 29th (that’s a Saturday) so I can get the new Festival post together on Sunday (and not be up until the wee hours on Monday).
Send you submission to me at editor [at] roundrockjournal [dot] com or to Dave at bontasaurus [at] yahoo [dot] com.
Also, if you think you’d like to host the Festival in a coming month, don’t be shy. Let us know and we’ll slot you in.