Guest Submissions Sought for the Go Do Go Café February Theme: Ursula K. Le Guin

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Steve Fuller has been encouraging the Baristas to develop monthly themes for the Go Dog Go Cafe’s Baristas and guest writers to use as a springboard for their creativity, much like the Chef’s use a unifying ingredient on Iron Chef or Chopped.

We will be launching this “ingredient for the month” concept in February in way that let’s us honor the great writer Ursula K. Le Guin, who we lost earlier this week after an amazing life of writing and inspiring adults and children around the world with her powerful storytelling, poetry, and essays.  We challenge all of you to write a poem, essay, reflective piece, story, flash fiction that honors her, is inspired by a favorite LeGuin story, or dives into the mind of a character in one of her books.  You pick, she is your main ingredient.

If you decide to take us up on our monthly challenge, please submit your “dish” long with a suggested image and a brief biography to godoggocafe@gmail.com.  We will publish all appropriate submissions.  We would love it if you reposted this invitation and shared it on social media.

 

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13 thoughts on “Guest Submissions Sought for the Go Do Go Café February Theme: Ursula K. Le Guin

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  3. Reblogged this on Moonlighting Scrivener and commented:
    Look what’s freshly brewing over at the Go Dog Go Cafe! We’re very excited to reveal the theme for February and can’t wait to dig into some beautiful words. So, why don’t you grab a fresh pot, put on your thinking caps to filter everything out, grind those wheels of your beautiful mind and, who know, you just might become our flavour of the month!

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