Bil Browning

Participate: A Christmas Eve treat from readers

Filed By Bil Browning | December 22, 2009 7:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Site News
Tags: Christmas stories, guest post, reader submissions

We're going to try something new this year to celebrate the holidays. Earlier this week, contributor Joe Mirabella posted about "Gay Christmas" and what it meant to him. Now, we'd like to offer you the same opportunity.

Share your holiday stories with us and we'll run them on the site on Christmas Eve. Tell us your best memories of loved ones, family members, or the crotchety neighbor with a heart of gold. Tell us how you've shaped the holiday season into something that's supported you and yours - whether this year or years past. Make 'em sappy, make 'em silly, or make 'em sad - it's up to you.

Send your submissions to editor@bilerico.com and include a headshot and 2 sentence bio to run with the post. If we get enough submissions, we'll make the entire day nothing but holiday guest posts.


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Bill; tried to send you a 'memory' as solicited, by my piece bounced back as undeliverable, even though my email was addressed correctly. Do you have some sort of filter on your mail? Any suggestions as to how to re-send?

That's odd. You can send it to editor@bilerico.com or edteam@bilerico.com - we regularly get submissions at either address.

As for me, Bil, I will be posting comments all the way through Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, just to show the world how badly I need to get a real life.

Yes, people, it's gotten that bad.