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Sue Burke
Song of myself 
1st-Mar-2008 06:37 pm
Let me see..


My story "A Poor, Desert Planet" is now available in the just-released anthology Desolate Places by Halley Rille Publishing. It includes stories by some LiveJournal friends and a friend here in Madrid. See the table of contents here.

I'm also featured as this month's member profile in my church newsletter, Quest, published by the Church of the Larger Fellowship of the Unitarian Universalist Association. CLF is the virtual congregation for members far from a brick-and-mortar church.

But enough about me. Tell me about you.

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5th-Mar-2008 05:48 pm (UTC)
I'll read yours, too, as soon as it crosses the Big Pond.
5th-Mar-2008 06:14 pm (UTC) - UU2
congratulations on getting your story published in such a nice-looking book.

I am a UU2, but not in the CLF. My father, in Socorro New Mexico, is.

I have always liked deserts, but I doubt that I will live in one unless climate change suppresses Alabama's soggy 56 inches of rain per year. mind you, we are nearly 2 feet behind from last year's drought...
7th-Mar-2008 08:36 pm (UTC) - Re: UU2
I am told that the photo is of a valley where the rocks seem to get blown around on mud flats in windstorms. It makes for a compelling photo.

It's nice to meet another UU. Madrid is semi-arid, and will get more arid if global warming takes hold. We're having a drought, too.
5th-Mar-2008 08:14 pm (UTC) - UU2
congratulations on getting your story published in such a nice-looking book.

I am a UU2, but not in the CLF. My father, in Socorro New Mexico, is.

I have always liked deserts, but I doubt that I will live in one unless climate change suppresses Alabama's soggy 56 inches of rain per year. mind you, we are nearly 2 feet behind from last year's drought...
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