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Christmas Poem Contest

Welcome to our Christmas Poem Haiku contest. We are looking for the best Haiku about Christmas. It can snowmen in it too, but it must be Christmasy. So you know the Haiku form. 5, 7, 5 is what we are looking for, it doesn’t have to get anymore completed...
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We will build you a website!

We Will Build your author platform A author’s platform on the web is simply a base of electronic operations for an author where they can build an audience and a following even before their book goes on sale. I have seen a ton of sites out there telling you...
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The 50 Word O’Henry Contest

Announcing James Dillingham Young Award: We love the 50 Word Horror Contest because the stories always turn out so wonderful. They have great plots, creepy character, monsters, things that make you want to read them.
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Interview with Kris Kringle

Last week, a few days before Thanksgiving, I was able to sit down in a clean well lighted cafe with Mr. Kris Kringle. We met in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Kringle was kind enough to take time away from his busy schedule
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Lit Mag: The Slag Review

The Slag Review is a small, confused group of creators invested in the process of expression through art, fully understanding that it may be a long and dangerous one. In this way, The post The Slag Review appeared first on Literary Magazines.
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Poetry

Poem: Suitcaseby Claire Scott

Suitcase by Claire Scott It’s your father you must come really? she expects me to see him? to travel two thousand miles to see the man who sharp tongued me straight to Chicago, the man who told me & told me I was a dolt, a dope, a staggering...
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Walt Whitman on Thanksgiving

THE PLACE GRATITUDE FILLS IN A FINE CHARACTER  by Walt Whitman From the Philadelphia Press, Nov. 27, 1884, (Thanksgiving number) Scene.—A large family supper party, a night or two ago, with voices and laughter of the young, mellow faces of the old, and a by-and-by pause in the general...
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Interview with Mark Twain

This interview is from Hartford Daily Courant from May 30th 1888. Twain would have been 53 years old. He had just finished a new book. SHERIDAN’S MEMOIRS. Mark Twain Has the Book in the Works – The General Completed the Story Two Weeks Ago. AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW. A reporter...
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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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Lit Mag: The Sleep Aquarium

The Sleep Aquarium aims to explore the relationship between night dreams and creativity. Though prose and visual art are its predominant constituents, The post The Sleep Aquarium appeared first on Literary Magazines.
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Writing Programs

University Writing Program

Welcome to our new listings of University Writing Programs. After years of questions about these programs we have decided to offer these listings. There will be more coming very soon. To list your program please click here.
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