Do you have a pretty rooster?
Wild Ozark is hosting a contest to see who has the prettiest roosters out there.
Send in your entries!
11 Winners will get a free 2017 calendar featuring the prettiest roosters entered into our Prettiest Rooster Contest.
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Contest ends Sept. 1, 2016
Contest Rules & Terms
Photos submitted may be used online in this blog or FB for the purpose of promoting the contest or the calendar. Winning photos will be included in a product Wild Ozark will offer for sale. Winning photographers will get a free calendar and their photo will be credited using the name given during submission. Do not submit photos you do not own the copyright to! If you took the photo, you own the copyright if you haven’t sold it anywhere else. Photos used will be credited to the photographer/entrant and copyright remains with the entrant. Only photos with enough quality to look good printed at 5×7″ or larger will qualify for the calendar, but they may still be featured on Wild Ozark’s blog of contestants. Entrants email addresses will be used to send notices about the contest and the calendars only. Entering this contest does not subscribe the entrant to our other mailing lists. Winners will be notified by email and announcement on this blog, FB, and other social media. Calendars will be available for purchase. Winners will receive their free calendars by USPS in early January or possibly earlier. Contest is open to international submissions, but non-contiguous-US winners will pay shipping for the free calendar. In the event we don’t get enough submissions, the contest will be rescheduled for next year with a longer submission window, or cancelled altogether.
Predator and Prey, or the hunter and the hunted is a common theme throughout my fiction writing. No Qualms, one of my short stories (free at most retailers) is about about a predator/prey relationship. Symbiosis, my first finished novel, not published yet, deals with predator/prey relationships and the balance of energy among life on earth, sometimes symbolic and often outright. Many of my flash fiction stories (I have twitterfiction and 100-word flash stories) are also dealing with this same dynamic. This is a strong theme that runs through most of my fiction and is strongly influenced by life in the wild Ozarks where we live. My first published novel, First Hunt, also has a predator and prey theme to it. I guess it's just part of my nature.
Wild Ozark is 160 acres of beautiful wild Ozark mountains. I call what I do "nature farming" because the land produces, all by itself, the shagbark hickory trees, ferns, moss, ground-fall botanicals, and the perfect habitats for growing and stewarding American ginseng. I'm co-creating with Nature - all of the things I use to make the Fairy Gardens and Forest Folk, the bark we harvest for Burnt Kettle's shagbark hickory syrup, are produced by nature without my input. This land is my muse for inspiration when it comes to my writing, drawing, and photography. It's truly a Nature Farm.
About the voice behind this blog, Madison Woods
I'm a creative old soul living way off the beaten path with my husband in the wild Ozark Mountains. Besides homesteading, growing plants & making crafty things and newsletters, I write books and stories. My rural fantasy fiction, written under the pen name, Ima Erthwitch, usually takes place in a much altered Ozarks.