March, 12 2024 • Issue 78
Well, now... buds are already forming, as our weather, here in New Mexico, is warming up. We do know, however, there is still more cold weather just around the bend! How about you?

The next issue of Shadow & Light Magazine is shaping up! So far, we have Jacque Rupp and her wonderfully poignant book, The Red Purse (pictured), as well as Julie Meridian, Sam Elkind, and Eduardo Fujii, along with Fritz Liedke, Tony Bonanno and Mccollum and Immel (of course!). A few more might be added in the next few days.

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There is a new newsletter Tim has been working on that might interest some of you. It is called, "the starter," and will be sent to inboxes every Monday morning and will contain just a few lines and links that will serve to add a positive note to the beginning of your week. It will be released free for the first 4 issues then you will be able to subscribe for only $6/month. Tim simply tired of all the negativity in the our neighborhoods and around the world and decided to open the door of possibility and positivity. By following the link you will be directed to a copy of "the starter" on the distribution platform. The links will be live. Try it!

Here's the link if you would like to have a peek!

Our very popular Single Image Showcase is back! You can put your work in front of more than 2,500 subscribers, curators, gallerists and publishers! For a great price, this a good way to get your work out there, in front of people who could make a difference in your creative life. There is room for only 4 more participants. For only $175 you will receive a full-page, 6-issue placement. That's only about $30 per issue. Submissions will close 3/5/2024 and there are only 4 spots left!

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