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Editorial by Cindy Bousquet Harris: Happy Anniversary to Us All!

August 21, 2017

 

 

 

 

Happy Anniversary to Us All!

 

As the one year anniversary of Spirit Fire Review approaches, I’m thrilled at the variety and talent in the people we’ve been privileged to publish. In this past year, we’ve shared works

from 47 different contributors, from 13 countries on 5 continents. To me, that’s exciting!

 

In addition to the United States, Spirit Fire Review has published contributors from Brazil, Canada, China, India, Iraq, the Netherlands, Nigeria, the Philippines, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Trinidad and Tobago, and United Arab Emirates.

 

How wonderful to be able to experience and share with others these examples of creative work (writing, artwork, music, photography) that glorify God through their message, either by specific topic and/or simply the beauty of their expression.  

 

Thank you to each person who has sent submissions to this journal, whether or not your work has been selected for publication. We appreciate your interest and support, and are grateful for the involvement of so many fascinating people from so many places.

 

We want to invite people all over the world to join in the celebration – not just of Spirit Fire Review, but of Christ, the living Lord who died for all (no matter who we are or where we live) and rose again. This is the real celebration. “For God so loved the world …”

 

© Cindy Bousquet Harris

 

 

Cindy Bousquet Harris is a poet and a licensed marriage and family therapist. Her poems can be found in Eclectica, Indiana Voice Journal, Blue Heron Review, Inlandia: A Literary Journey, and in several anthologies, including Poemeleon’s Over the Moon. Cindy’s had the pleasure of giving poetry readings at the Claremont Library, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, and at Beyond Baroque in Venice, CA. She facilitates poetry workshops for at-risk youth through Women Wonder Writers, and is one of the editors at Spirit Fire Review. Born and raised in the Midwest, Cindy now lives in southern California with her husband and their children. You can contact her at: cmbharris@netzero.net 

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