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Welcome to our on-line magazine.  Our goal is to provide you with intelligent reads from our many columnists, as well as artistic contest options for you--totally free.   There will never be a fee for joining, reading, contest submissions, or comments. Once you register, all email addresses are kept private, and never sold.   We find selling personal information to be unethical.  

My sister and I do not believe creative sites should be at the mercy of the dollar.   That is why we do not charge for services rendered.   If you win a contest, it is due to your talent, not your pocketbook.   Not having to pay means your work was good enough to win on its own merit.   We just got really tired to have to 'pay' to win.   Not paying also gives more integrity to your win.

We are fully Incorporated and globally accessible.   And we will be here for a long time.   We have only been operating since March of 2008.  Our numbers indicate how needed this magazine, and its services, are. 

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June's Newsletter PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cecelia Latoof   
Saturday, 05 June 2010 21:27

Hey Everyone,

It's been great reading all of the submissions.   Angie and I really appreciate everyone particpating in the contests.

The winners are:

Poetry Gold goes to Steve Patterson for To The Sky.   We'll probably wind up republishing this expression of love next Valentine's Day.
 
Column Gold goes to ibrad2 for The Things They Sell At Swap Meets.   It was really funny...and I just happened to need humor at that moment.   Thanks for the levity.
 
Article Gold goes to Ted Czukor for Republican or Democrat--It's Just a Matter of Income.   Ted's honesty about politics is an oxymoron.   Get it?   You know, the word 'honesty'  being used to describe 'politics'!   It's great to see someone willing to express these thoughts and doing so with eloquence.
 


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May Newsletter PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cecelia Latoof   
Thursday, 06 May 2010 08:19


Hi Everyone!!

It's great to be back!!   We're at the helm and steering forward!!
Last month's (April) contest submission will be rolled forward to the new month.   We'll be full steam ahead and are glad to bring y'all with us.
Be sure to look for the gardening updates in Food Frenzy to watch my nuclear 'Chevette®' act like a big black Cadillac®! 

"Feed me Seymour*"!

Cecelia

*Little Shop Of Horrors


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Moonbaby's March Winners PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cecelia Latoof   
Monday, 05 April 2010 08:33

 *March, 2010  Winners*

Happy Easter, Everyone!!!  

We hope you are enjoying your holiday weekend.   They come few and far between, so be sure to take the time and make the day count.
 
Our winners this month really reflect deep thoughts and feelings.   Thank you all for keeping us entertained.   Angie and I are not the only ones who look forward to the new contest submissions every month, as is evident by the number of hits received by each poem, story, and column.
 

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February's Winners PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cecelia Latoof   
Saturday, 06 March 2010 09:06

*February, 2010 Medalists*

Hey everybody!   This month's winners are great!   Ang and I read every single submission on the magazine, and really get pleasure from all of the different perspectives offered.  This shows the wonderful diversity of our writers--and readers, as is evident by the country-flag numbers.

Always remember to use the share buttons on your stories and poetry after you have submitted. This will increase your reads exponentially as it directs your family, friends and total strangers straight to your work. And you know, that is why we all write!  The written word is meant to be read.

Our judges have spoken, so "Drum roll, please!".

The winners of February's contests are as follows:
-Gold for column: The Tea Party, by Moonlighter
-Gold for poetry: The Train, by Micheal Pitocchi
-Gold for short story: Bigfoot, by Moonlighter
-Congratulations to y'all! And a really big THANK YOU to all of you who participated.

Sincerely,

Cecelia




*January's Medalists*

WOW!   I am so excited about this month's winners.   I'm also thankful that I'm not the one who has to choose who they are.   The quality of the work submitted to Moonbaby is evident by how high our visitor numbers are.   Everyone did an awesome job.   I have thoroughly enjoyed reading every piece we published and am honored by everyone's participation.   Thank you to all!
Cecelia Latoof
 
January Winners:
 
Poetry:  
Gold Winner--
"Joe the Bum";   by Micheal Pitocchi
Honorable Mention--
"Outsmarting the Grim Reaper";   by Grandma Bea
         
Short Story:  
Gold Winner--
"After Fire, Mitch Dearson's Hell" (#2 in the series);   by Daniel Dean Young
 
Column:  
Gold Winner--
"Enlightenment, Then and Now";   by Ted Czukor


*December's Medalists*


-Sweet Bird Of Youth  was the Gold Medal Winner in our Poetry Contest.   Congratulations to Beatrice Boyle ("Grandma Bea").

-
T
o Live Where Rabbits Run  won an Honorable Mention in our Poetry Contest.   Congratulations to Michael Pitocchi.

-A Night To Remember  won the Gold Medal in our Short Story Contest.   Congratulations to Beatrice Boyle.

 

 

*November's Medalists*

-The Gold for our Short Story Contest:  "The Art Of Giving Compliments", by Carter T.

-The Gold for our Poetry Contest:  "Seasons Of Mothers And Daughters", by Carolann.

-The Gold For Our Column Contest: "Land Of The Free: Fallacy Of Bigotry", by Underovr.

 

*October's Medalists*

-Michael Pitocchi has won October's Gold Medal for his poem, Best Left Unspoken.  It was a close call between that poem and his other poem, Speak To Me.

-Our Columns Category winner for October was Ted Czukor.  His column, So You Think Reading Doesn't Matter?, has won 'The Gold'.

-October's 'Gold' for was Summer's Berries, written by Steven Patterson.  I was told by the awards panel (of which I am not a part), that Mr. Patterson also deserves an honorable mention fo this piece.

I left the test title up by zonie just because i liked it--and can.

 

*September's Medalists*

-Carolann Crowley has won the Silver Medal for her poem 9/11, Then and Now.  It was poignant and almost won gold.

-Michael Pitocchi's, Voice of Insanity, has won the Gold Medal for the poetry contest. It was eerily good.

Ted Czukor's, Attitude and Energy, Has won the Gold Medal in our Column's Category.  It was spot on.

-We'd like to apologize to Steven Patterson for the moonbaby glitch with his submission of Santa's Limits.  It has been resubmitted due to technical difficulties. 
 

*August's Gold Medalists*

-Gary La Buda's, Picasso Bluess, has won the Gold in our short story contest.

-Micheal Pittochi's, Of Men And War, has won the Gold in our Poetry Contest.

-Fool, by Gary La Buda, has won the gold in Your Columns.

 

*July's Gold Medalists*

-Yoni Dvorkis's, The Poem That Gained Self-Awareness, was our most read poem for this month, making him our Top Poet.

-Dean Flewwellin's, Hey Bryanna, You Surprised Me!, was the most read short story, and he has received the Gold for Top Story this month.

-The Top Columnist and Gold recipient winner this month was D. Moore for his column, Through Prison Bars.

 

*June's Gold Medalists*

-Yori Dvorkis has won the Gold in for his column Why Am I Screaming At A Flickering Box?

 

 

-Darrell Broome has won the  Gold for his poem, It Just wasn't Good Enough.

-Peace For Bob, By Gary La Buda, won our Gold for the best words in our music contest.

           

*May's Gold Medalists*

-Dean Flewwellin has won the Gold for his column, "How To Win An Easter Egg Hunt." 

-Yoni Dvorkis tied for first place with his poem, "The Core Of Absolute."

-Gary La Buda tied for first place with his poem, "Silently Spoken."
 
 

*April's Gold Medalists*

-Pat Farinha won the the Gold medal and is our Top Poet for her poem, If One Day.

-Michael Pitocchi's short story, The Abduction, won the Gold medal and Top Writer in the Short Story category.

-Dean Flewwellin has doubled his Gold medal with a tie in Your Columns category.  He is our Top Columnist winner.   Women in Red and Little White Crosses were his winning pieces.

Congratulations to all, and thank you everyone.

*March's Gold & Silver Medalists*

-Dean Flewwellin won the Gold for his column, Cajun Coon. 

 

-D. Moore has won the Gold for his short story New Dial Soap.

-Gale Sparks won the Gold for his short story, Ralph The Stripper Coon.
 
-Daniel D. Young is our Silver medalist for his short story, It Ended In Fire.
 
-Phillip Knox is our Gold medalist for for his poem, Upon Silent Streams.
 
-Greer Starr Sommer is our Top Poet for her poem, Girl House.
  
-Demsey Wilson is our Top Short Story writer for his story, An Unexpected Result.
 
 
 
*December's Gold Medalist*
 
-The Gold for poetry goes to Tuesday Bethoney for Secure. 
 
-The Gold winners for short stories are Gale Sparks for his story T'was The Front Of My Trailer and Pat Farinha for Afternoon Sun.
 
-Photography's Gold goes to Hildi Borkowski for Behind The Clouds.  
 
*November's Gold Medalists*
 
 
-Pat Farinha has won the Gold in the Poetry Contest for her poem Guiding Light.
 
 
-Sara Simoes is our Top Short Story Gold Medalist for her story Goodnight.
   
 

*October's Gold Medalists*

 
 
-Tuesday Bethany won the gold for her poem Autumn

-The gold for the short story Beauty For Ashes is goes to Tuesday Bethany.

-The gold for photography is awarded Gale Sparks (Harley Figgins) for Gales Art Work

-Tuesday Bethany also won the the gold for her column Morning Light

*September's Gold Medalists* 

-Tuesday Bethoney is the gold medalist for her story What I've Seen. 

-Hildi Borkowski has won the gold for her photo Sunset Over Sacandaga. 

-Sara Wehr's poem, Pondering a Contradiction, has won the gold.

-Dean Flewwellin is our gold medalist for his column Athletic to Diabetic 

*August Gold Medalists*

-Harley Figgins has again won the gold medal for his Tale of The Silken Boxers.

-Sara Wehr has won the gold for her column Geocaching, Or How To Get A Geek Outside.

*July Gold Medalist*  

-Harley Figgins is our gold medalist for his short story Sale Barn Goats.

*June Gold medalists* 

-Dean Flewwellin is our Top Poet for his poem Blood Red. It was enjoyed by many.    

-Eggplant has received the Top Short Story gold for Layover Spectacle.

*May GOLD medalists.

We are so excited to present this honor to you.

 -Sara Wehr is our highest rated poet and has received the Gold Medal for Midsummer's Night.

 -Susan Cowan is our Gold Medalist for the highest rated short story, How to Meet a Guy

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