Monthly Archives: March 2013

Goblins In Your Desk Drawer?

By Raji Singh Writers beware.  Word and sentence gobbling goblins may live in your desk drawer. Writers, be prepared:  You with manuscripts years, or maybe decades old are most at risk!  They don’t seem to attack recent works.  You may … Continue reading

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The Trauma of Trilogies

By Donna Gillespie When I first made the jump from short stories to a novel, I used to say that if the raw excitement of getting swept up in a short story could be compared to starting an affair, writing … Continue reading

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The Creation of Hunting Heartbreak

By Marie Hampton I have always enjoyed writing. Even back in 6th grade my friend and I would listen to music and write stories about how we would meet our favorite bands and go on some crazy adventure. Recently I … Continue reading

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