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Richelle Putnam is the Special Features Director for Southern
Writers Magazine, a writer for Town and Gown Magazine, Parents &
Kids Magazine, Well-Being Magazine and Portico Magazine and a
former editor at MuseItUp Publishing and LEGENDS, The Mississippi
Arts & Enterainment Review. A graduate from Gotham’s Fiction
Certificate Program, she is also a Mississippi Arts Commission
(MAC) Literary Artist and Teaching Artist and a Mississippi
Humanities Council Speaker. Her work has been published in literary
journals, magazines and online. Her non-fiction book,
County, Mississippi, a Brief History
was commissioned and
published by The History Press, Charleston, SC and released in
November 2011. www.richelleputnam.net
Richelle Putnam is a Mississippi Arts Commission
(MAC) Roster Artist/Teaching Artist and a Mississippi
Humanities Speaker. She is the Special Features Director
for Southern Writers Magazine and a former editor for
MuseItUp Publishing, a Canadian ebook publisher and
LEGENDS, The Mississippi Arts & Entertainment Review.
She is a regular contributor to Well-Being Magazine,
Parents & Kids Magazine Town and Gown Magazine and
Portico Magazine.  A Founder and Past President of
Mississippi Writers Guild, a statewide non-profit
organization, she also serves on several statewide boards,
including Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center. With
diplomas from The Institute of Children’s Literature, Open
College for the Arts Advanced Writing Program, and other
accredited writing institutions, she teaches Creative Writing
at Meridian Community College and through libraries,
schools and online.  Her writing awards include Writers
Digest and Writers Journal and she has been published in
Common Ties, Mississippi Weddings Magazine, The
Copperfield Review, Birmingham Arts Journal
and two
bestselling series:
A Cup of Comfort for Mothers and
and A Cup of Comfort for Christmas Prayer and
A Cup of Comfort Twelve Days of Christmas.
Her work was
also chosen for The Copperfield Review’s 10th Anniversary
Celebration Anthology. History Press commissioned her to
Lauderdale County, Mississippi; a Brief History,
which was released in November 2011.
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Richelle Putnam is a singer/songwriter listed on the
Mississippi Arts Commission Artist/Teaching Artist Roster, the
Mississippi Humanities Speaker Board, and is a Founder of
Mississippi Writers Guild.  Her songs have been featured on radio
stations around the world.
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    Music Bio
Music Awards
Literary Awards
Curriculum Vitae (5 Page)
Complete Bio
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See The Boy
Lyrics and Music by Richelle Putnam
Honorable Mention
Song of the Year - Rock Category
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