Featured Writing

The Singing Ice

By Kathleen Zabinski Something off kilter made him look back at the pile of rotting leaves beside the tracks. He wasn’t ever sure what it had been, but he remembered the hair on his neck rising, as his dinner rose, when he first made sense of what he was seeing….

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Is Your Writing Your Business Or Your Baby?

by Yvonne Perry The books I write (other than the ones for clients) typically stream from whatever is going on in my life. For example, my children’s books were written for and about my grandson when he was three years old. My book on death, dying, and afterlife was written…

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The Do and Don’t List for Lit Submissions

by Joan F. Smith In college, I started my “literary career” (I use this term very loosely) by being selected, along with two other students, to be the editorial board of Providence College’s international literary journal, “The Alembic.” The three of us were responsible for choosing the final selections for the…

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Keep it Simple – Advice for New Writers

by Alycia King There’s much for new writers to learn, especially from seasoned veterans. As the editor-in-chief of Money Crashers Andrew Schrage has learned a few tricks along the way that can help new writers be more successful. It’s easy for writers to become captive in the projects they are…

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