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(Wo)Men of the C-Word


From now on if you see a post begin with an asterisk, like the one above, you can expect that adult language is near. Why use a marker? 758 more words


Breaking Down Time

So I’ve been thinking about technology, phones specifically, and the way they have become constant interruptions to anything we have our mind focused on. An alarm is good. 193 more words


FFfAW: The Price of a Dream

This post if for the Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers (FFfAW) Challenge, run by Priceless Joy. This week’s picture was provided by Ady. The challenge is that you write a story of 75-175 words inspired by the photo prompt below. 222 more words

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Follow Your Arrow (Part 2): Stay Gold, Ponyboy

Stay Gold, Ponyboy…

I started writing in 2011. It took me four months to write the first draft of my first novel. Ever since then, I’ve been working on getting better as a writer. 736 more words


Dirty Floors

“I’m going to put on my socks just like you do, daddy,” H- volunteered one morning as she got dressed.

The little girl walked barefoot from her room to the kitchen, transitioning from carpet to faux-hardwood floors along the way. 112 more words


Kickstart Your Writing! FREE event - May 25th

Edinburgh Napier’s Creative Writing MA has won acclaim for its unique, vocationally-driven approach, with The Times calling the course “a radical departure in creative writing.” 83 more words

Degree Show & Festival Of Creative Industries.


Kate Rossmanith is an academic and a creative nonfiction writer whose work has been published in The Monthly. Her literary nonfiction essays on subjects include the work of judges, life on parole, stem cell technologies, germ theory, cliff accidents and crocodile country. 102 more words

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