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By Connie Ward


1) What made you decide to become a fiction writer?

I began to write fiction at age sixteen, when I ended my career as a piano prodigy. 1,219 more words

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Playing With Some Familiar Faces

By Lesley Davis

In March I picked up a new game to play. I had been waiting for it since they announced the release of the PS4 console and it was top of my list of games I had to have. 675 more words

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All Things Rise is Out May 12!

I first started working on All Things Rise more than a year ago. This particular manuscript went through probably three significant rewrites before I got to the version that was worthy of publication. 211 more words

Publication Opportunities

Hello OUTwriters!

Today I have a couple places for you to check out if you want to look into getting your work submitted:

The literary magazine… 63 more words



by Connie Ward


What made you decide to become a fiction writer?

I’ve had stories going on inside my head for as long as I can remember. 1,438 more words

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Inside the Closet I Briefly Shared with Beatrice Darby

By Jean Copeland

My debut novel, The Revelation of Beatrice Darby, was never intended to be semi-autobiographical. Naturally, I envisioned my title character as the quintessential literary heroine beleaguered by unrequited love and the societal restrictions of her era. 425 more words

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