I just have to tell somebody…


Today is a great day!

I have received my first commission!
Someone not only wants me to write some poems – they are willing to pay for them – that’s right – real money.
If you could see me now you may notice that I am ten feet tall and have a grin this wide – oh, you can’t see how wide – well, it’s bigger than big.

Agnes Meadows, star that she is, has won Arts Council funding for Loose Muse, London’s only showcase specifically for women writers, and one result is that she has asked me to contribute to the first Loose Muse anthology. This will be published in February 2012 ar a special event. Consequently, I have until 19th December ( a real deadline!), to write 5 poems on a theme of my choice.

Now…to work…

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About SallyJ

I am a writer and a poet.
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13 Responses to I just have to tell somebody…

  1. Sue Judd says:

    Congratulations!! Well deserved.

  2. journalread says:

    Fab news! Well done you 🙂 Will be following you – I’m new to blogging so just finding out how to use WordPress, it’s so vital!

  3. AMAZING – so proud of you, congratulations that is wonderful news!
    Can’t wait to see what you come up with, v exciting!
    Lou xoxo

  4. Sandra says:

    Great news. I’m very pleased for you.

  5. claudia says:

    woohoo!! that’s awesome sally.. congrats.. and would love to see your grin.. smiles

  6. MDash says:

    That’s brilliant Sally, and definitely well deserved. The first of many no doubt.

  7. SallyJ says:

    Thanks for the congrats everyone. I am still floating above the ground…

  8. brian says:

    woohoo! that is awesome! congratulations!

  9. Theresa Dickens says:

    Amazing!

  10. Lesley says:

    great news – now don’t get too over excited, you have a performance to deliver on Friday…..

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