When Is It Time to Submit?

By Anita Gill — For the last three to four years, I have taken stories to writing workshops. My printer would whir as I collected and stapled my drafts to pass out, and I was eager to share my [Read More]

Bonding Problems

By Francis H Powell - The relationship of a parent and child can be tumultuous when they have not bonded adequately. Author Francis H Powell explores these broken relationships--which can be instigated by either the child or the parent--using examples from his own stories of parental woe. [Read More]

Reviving Classics

By Ailyn Koay– Since the rewriting of Snow White’s story showed on screen, followed by Hansel and Gretel, many authors have embarked on the retelling bandwagon. I have enjoyed countless rewrites [Read More]

Writing and The Class System

It is nonsensical…Why is it that peo­ple need to judge and class oth­ers? How­ever, the sub­ject presents rich pick­ings for authors. This article analyzes the class system and how writers utilize it in their stories. [Read More]
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