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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Greenwoman Magazine: A Literary Garden Review & Giveaway


I love a good magazine!  Something that I can read through an article at a time, at my leisure.  Unfortunately, a lot of the magazines out today are more about advertising than actual content.  Enter Greenwoman Magazine.  A magazine that is definitely written for me!  Gardening, yes!  Fiction, yes!  Commentary, absolutely!  Greenwoman is exactly what I was looking for.

A smart magazine is an absolute must in my book.  With the amount of information floating around all over the place, you want something that is well written, and can challenge you.  The articles are extremely well written, and the stories are inspiring.  It is a breath of fresh air in the never-ending news cycle that surrounds us.

Greenwoman is a completely independent, one-woman owned and run publication.  It mixes wonderful articles with beautiful art work and is such a treat to sit down with.  Especially as I am dreaming of the spring gardens that I am going to plant (as soon as the snow decides to stop falling from the sky!). 

"Greenwoman Magazine celebrates garden writing in all its forms: fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, commentary, biography, art, and comics!  Daring and fun, Greenwoman is for the hip gardener who loves digging into the world of art and environmental thought that underlies gardening."

And for you my lucky readers, the editor is offering up one copy of their latest issue, the Winter 2012/ Spring 2013 issue.  I have to tell you that you will not be disappointed when you subscribe!  Just enter using the rafflecopter below.  Good luck!


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I received a copy of Greenwoman Magazine for purposes of a blog tour review.  The opinions are my own.

Linking up at Giveaway Day

7 comments:

  1. Looks like something I would really enjoy!

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  2. Hi Heather--Thank you so much for the beautiful review! I'm excited that your readers will learn about Greenwoman. It looks like you're having a drawing is for the latest print issue, so I would just like to add that I am offering a free sample digital issue on my website (Issue #3, not the latest issue) to everyone who signs up for the mailing list. Thanks again!

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  3. Sorry, I should have written my name--Sandra Knauf, Editor & Publisher. :)(Flora's Forum is Greenwoman Magazine's blog.)

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  4. I have never head of this - what a great mag! I completely want to check it out!

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  5. Sounds like a really interesting and different magazine! How neat!

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