Oh another magazine interested in poetry my first love,I'll never have that sequel to my children's book finished :0)
Ah, sorry for the distraction, Carole.
Thanks for that, Patsy - will have a look.
Good luck if you decide to submit, Rosemary.
We know you frolic!$250 is a good prize for the most popular.
Not too bad - IF your piece is chosen.
yer soooo tall
I am, Mac! Well over 5 feet.
Looks interesting, Patsy. I might well sub.
Good luck, Charlie.
That word rolls off the tongue nicely... Thanks for sharing the subs info.
It is a nice word to say, Maria.
Our local seaside village is inundated with campervans at the moment. MyOH gets snippy about them filling the carpark, but I envy them their freedom to roam unfettered.
If there are so many that local people can't park I can understand him getting a bit annoyed.
Just subbed my first piece for the week so sure I deserve to have a good rollick. Good word.
You do, Beatrice.
I always thought a 'right rollicking' was a good telling off. Maybe that begins with a 'b'!
Now you mention it, Maggie I have heard rollicking used that way. Whether or not anyone has ever had cause to give me a rollicking is something I shall remain tactfully silent about.
Love this word, Patsy, it just rollicks off the tongue, doesn't it?
It does, Tracy.
There's a market for descriptions of the frolicking, but you might want to take on a pen name to submit your stories. ;)
And a ghost writer, Jacula!
Looks like an interesting magazine with a number of rollicking stories.
Thanks so much for commenting!