Tuesday, October 14, 2014

FINALLY!!

Technical problems kept me from posting for many months. Relieved that I don't have to start over building a new site!

I'm happy to share the news that my friend Marilyn Freund just had an essay published here:

EatDrinkFilms.com is an online magazine celebrating the best in food, libations and cinema. The curated site will feature both established and new writers in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as nationally and internationally known talent. Our desire is to both entertain and offer some thought-provoking ideas.

There will be regular columns, reviews, humor, thought-provoking articles contests and some surprises.

EatDrinkFilms will feature two or three stories in each category every week.

Attention Writers: 

We are always looking for good writers with great story ideas. Send us a note with your thoughts at ideas@EatDrinkFilms.com

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  • This is a draft test. When I get a great story idea I can compose on my phone. Here I am.
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