La Vie Sirene MAGAZINE SUBMISSIONS Notice —Deadline: Aug 31, 2012Issue: Jan, 2013, vols I-IVSubmit to: CestLaVieSirene@gmail.com(all submissions are made gratis until we get rich)Themes: MERMAIDS, MOULIN ROUGE, FAIRY TALES, FEMME FATALESArticles now accepting (no ads just yet please): 
- Recipe - Siren Testimonial- Poem - Art / Photography- Philanthropy in the news- L’il Mermaid article on craft or kid stuff- Siren artisan of the week- Arts Review: book, music, movie etc- Local biz feature- Fashion- Restaurant review- Dance- Tea & cake - Joie de Vivre - amazing stories - Love Yourself Lovely - ways to love yourself and bless others - Red Boa - Boudoir & Beyond[image: Brian Kesinger’s Tea Girls…… I am an immense fan and am going to do my darndest to feature his art constantly… This is the image I would LOVE to use as the Magazine’s Logo. If anyone knows him, please oh please put in a good word ♥]

La Vie Sirene MAGAZINE SUBMISSIONS Notice —
Deadline: Aug 31, 2012
Issue: Jan, 2013, vols I-IV
Submit to: CestLaVieSirene@gmail.com
(all submissions are made gratis until we get rich)

Themes: MERMAIDS, MOULIN ROUGE, FAIRY TALES, FEMME FATALES

Articles now accepting (no ads just yet please): 

- Recipe 
- Siren Testimonial
- Poem 
- Art / Photography
- Philanthropy in the news
- L’il Mermaid article on craft or kid stuff
- Siren artisan of the week
- Arts Review: book, music, movie etc
- Local biz feature
- Fashion
- Restaurant review
- Dance
- Tea & cake 
- Joie de Vivre - amazing stories 
- Love Yourself Lovely - ways to love yourself and bless others 
- Red Boa - Boudoir & Beyond

[image: Brian Kesinger’s Tea Girls…… I am an immense fan and am going to do my darndest to feature his art constantly… This is the image I would LOVE to use as the Magazine’s Logo. If anyone knows him, please oh please put in a good word ♥]
Calling all sirens!  The Siren Life weekly online magazine is scheduled to launch 5 months from today.  A few of you have asked if you can contribute and the answer is YES! Please submit your articles, ads, recipes, photos, poems… you name it…. for publication.  For an idea of some of our themes, you may want to visit the Classes page on our l’Ecole Sirene website ( http://lecolesirene.com/classes.htm ) or take a gander at our photo albums here on this page.  This is my first day to work on the magazine format, while also the third day at my new fulltime job, so my efforts are limited, but I will try to post the 2013 theme schedule in about a month.  I’m so excited for you to be an active part of this!!! <3 Joy xoxox

Calling all sirens!  The Siren Life weekly online magazine is scheduled to launch 5 months from today.  A few of you have asked if you can contribute and the answer is YES! Please submit your articles, ads, recipes, photos, poems… you name it…. for publication.  For an idea of some of our themes, you may want to visit the Classes page on our l’Ecole Sirene website ( http://lecolesirene.com/classes.htm ) or take a gander at our photo albums here on this page.  This is my first day to work on the magazine format, while also the third day at my new fulltime job, so my efforts are limited, but I will try to post the 2013 theme schedule in about a month.  I’m so excited for you to be an active part of this!!! <3 Joy xoxox

Sleep&#8230;&#8230;.. safely, sirens

Sleep…….. safely, sirens

During the reign of Louis XV, Versailles underwent transformation, but not on the scale that had been seen during the reign of Louis XIV. The first project in 1722 was the completion of the Salon d&#8217;Hercule. Significant among Louis XV’s contributions to Versailles were the petit appartement du roi; the appartements de Mesdames, the appartement du dauphin, and the appartement de la dauphine on the ground floor; and the two private apartments of Louis XV – petit appartement du roi au deuxième étage (later transformed into the appartement de Madame du Barry) and the petit appartement du roi au troisième étage – on the second and third floors of the palace. 

[source: Wikipedia]
image: Salon d&#8217;Hercule

During the reign of Louis XV, Versailles underwent transformation, but not on the scale that had been seen during the reign of Louis XIV. The first project in 1722 was the completion of the Salon d’Hercule. Significant among Louis XV’s contributions to Versailles were the petit appartement du roi; the appartements de Mesdames, the appartement du dauphin, and the appartement de la dauphine on the ground floor; and the two private apartments of Louis XV – petit appartement du roi au deuxième étage (later transformed into the appartement de Madame du Barry) and the petit appartement du roi au troisième étage – on the second and third floors of the palace. 

[source: Wikipedia]

image: Salon d’Hercule

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