Journal Entry #24–Scribes*MICRO*Fiction Issue #19 and High Temperature Advice

Issue #19 of Scribes*MICRO*Fiction just got released. One of my drabbles, “A Looking Glass Tale,” appears in this issue, but the wide array of short stories and poetry is great: https://www.fairfieldscribes.com/issue-19.html. As with Creative Gems, it feels good to contribute to such a wonderful publication filled with the brilliant works of other writers. On anotherContinue reading “Journal Entry #24–Scribes*MICRO*Fiction Issue #19 and High Temperature Advice”

Creative Gems Volume 1 is out now! — Andrea, Children’s Book Illustrator

About 4 months ago, I posted a silly idea of making a book together. I asked people to write a short story or poem based on any of the drawings on my website. It quickly became clear that more than just a few were interested. More than 20 authors have submitted their story and I […]Continue reading “Creative Gems Volume 1 is out now! — Andrea, Children’s Book Illustrator”

Constructed World (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: Hope you enjoy this trip into a peaceful landscape.] Bring your readers into a story        (or so I have read            among the lines                                  of various writers)    like someone who guides readers beyond a doorway          beyond which stretches another world                   filled with unknown sights                                                           soundsContinue reading “Constructed World (A Poem)”

A Narrative Voice (A Poem)

By Joyce Jacobo [Author’s Note: I find the distinction between narrators and authors very interesting. They are not necessarily the same thing, although sometimes it is easy to assume they always are when reading works from a first-person perspective.] Hello. I am The Narrator,         a teller of stories. Sometimes a narrator is The Author,Continue reading “A Narrative Voice (A Poem)”

Write, write and write some more… — johncoyote

Write, write and write some more A Poem by Coyote Poetry  Words are powerful. They create tears, laughter, happiness and sadness. Without the great word-men and word-women. What would we know and understand?                               Write, write and write some more… What would this world be without words? The ancient writers wrote of war and love without […]Continue reading “Write, write and write some more… — johncoyote”

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