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Wet Leaves by A. A. Manzoni

A. A. Manzoni is a 28 year old writer of poetry, horror and sci fi from Newfield, NJ. In Dec 2013 he finished his first book, an untitled short story collection entitled, "From NJ to Hell" and is working
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From EWR

Every Writer on Issuu

We’ve been reviewing some of the services provided by Issuu, and we are posting a few issues of Every Writer the magazine there. Every Writer is now a quarterly. If you missed our last issue, we have our next issue coming out in October. Please look for it here....
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From EWR

What do Editors Want?

We need your help for an upcoming article here on EWR. We would like to hear from you. We want to know what you look for in submissions. To kick of the process of writing this article, we are asking this poll.
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Articles On Writing

How do I format my manuscript?

Here is a 10 part easy to follow checklist that we feel answers most questions people have when they are submitting a manuscript to a publisher. Keep in mind the rule of thumb here is to make your manuscripts easy to read
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From EWR

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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Stories

Story: Baby by Dolores Tay

This time, the two lines were unmistakable. “It can’t be” I thought, “I have not missed a single day of the pill for the past three years”. Yet there it was; two red snake eye slits staring right at me. The post Baby by Dolores Tay appeared first on...
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Featured Literary Magazine

Featured: The Rag (Literary Magazine)

The Rag is an electronic literary magazine that focuses on grittier forms of contemporary short fiction. We publish in ePub, Kindle, and PDF formats, aiming for the e-reader/tablet market. The post The Rag appeared first on Literary Magazines.
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Stories

Story: Man on Fire by Nik Vestberg

I didn’t even have time to get annoyed at the man squeezing past me in the stairwell before I realised he was on fire. He didn’t seem to care himself and by then he was already so far ahead it didn’t seem appropriate The post Man on Fire by...
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Articles On Writing

Should I get an MFA in Creative Writing?

If you love writing an MFA might be the way for you to go, but there are many things to consider. In writing, in life, there are no guarantees, but taking the risk might keep you writing. The truth is, you never know. Here are some things to think...
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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: In the beginning by Jim Lawry

  Jim Lawry was born in 1940, raised in San Francisco and educated at Stanford University in biology and at UCSF in medicine. After a full life of research, university teaching The post In the beginning by Jim Lawry appeared first on Every Day Poems.
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Poetry

Poem: Proof by Deborah Hauser

Deborah Hauser is the author of Ennui: From the Diagnostic and Statistical Field Guide of Feminine Disorders (Finishing Line Press, 2011). She graduated from Stony Brook University with a Masters in English Literature. The post Proof by Deborah Hauser appeared first on Every Day Poems.
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Stories

Story: Yellow by Daniel Jarvis

The creature peered through my bedroom window for the third consecutive night. Except this was no ordinary creature. My classmate from Ms. Johnson’s The post Yellow by Daniel Jarvis appeared first on Short Stories.
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