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Two Poems Featured @ In Between Hangovers

Tasha, the editor for In Between Hangovers, specializes in publishing underground poetry. A lot of the work she features is quite raw and edgy. It’s awesome to have had two poems recently published with In Between Hangovers.

You can click here to check out Manifest Destiny. 

And click here to check out Tired of Torch Singing

Of course, I suggest you check out many of the other great poets there too. I enjoy most all of the stuff they put out.

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“Every night before I go to sleep
Find a ticket, win a lottery.
Every night before I rest my head
See those dollar bills go swirling ’round my bed.” – Patti Smith, Free Money

This is probably going to be the shortest post ever on The Literary Game. Writers, by all means, start applying for grants. If you receive one, it may not be equivalent to winning the lottery, yet I cannot imagine any writer (OK, maybe James Patterson, Stephen King, or J.K. Rowling) not needing a little extra money while chasing their literary dreams.

Take a look for yourself at these grants featured at FundsforWriters by clicking here, and apply, apply, apply!

In success,
Alfonso

p.s. Sharing this post helps other writers find out about an amazing resource to obtain grants. Just sayin’ 🙂