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Horror Contest: “The Bargain” by Ian Hunter

From the comfort of his airline-assigned seat, Terry watched the storm raging outside his window. Terry hated to fly. Bumpy flights like these were the worst. Terry decided to get his mind off the turbulence the only way he knew how: The post “The Bargain” by Ian Hunter appeared...
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Horror Haiku Contest

So we are running the Halloween Horror Story contest over at EWR: Short Stories. We do this every year, and it leaves a sad place in my heart for horror poetry. We always leave it out. We never worry about poetry at Halloween.
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Writing Prompts

Weekly Writing Prompt

This is the oh my god don't go in there, I'm so stupid for doing this writing prompt. Inspired by all those horror movies where you think the main character is stupid for doing what they are doing. Generally you disagree so much you are yelling at the screen
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Stories

Horror Contest: The Suitcase by Kat Pope

“Where are you going at this hour?” Fiona stood in the doorway, a hand at either side of the frame. Percival thought about trying to explain, then shook his head. “I’m not going anywhere.” The post The Suitcase by Kate Pope appeared first on Short Stories.
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Poetry

Poem: Ashes and Dust by Ethan Evans

Ethan Evans is a high school English teacher in Southwest Missouri who keeps trying to convince his students that poetry is important. He enjoys reading, writing, and watching the Kansas City Royals play baseball The post Ashes and Dust by Ethan Evans appeared first on Every Day Poems.
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Entertainment

Word Search for Writers (Mondays)

                    Many respectable news and literary publications have crosswords or word searches, so we thought we could run a weekly Word Search for writers. On Mondays we will run one of these. If you find all the words, post a...
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Poetry

Poem: Speak No Longer by Neala Bhagwansingh

Neala writes to understand the nature of light and shadow in her surroundings, herself and in others. Scribbling her stories from the tiny island of Trinidad in the Caribbean, her poetry, fiction and articles reflect what she loves about life in all its beautiful complexities. The post Speak No...
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