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Poem: Fossils by Elaine Olund

Elaine Olund writes and creates visual art and design in Cincinnati, Ohio. She has published poems and short stories in Bartleby Snopes, Turk’s Head Review, Black Denim Lit, and many print and online journals. The post Fossils by Elaine Olund appeared first on Every Day Poems.
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Articles On Writing

Free Writing, and How It Helps You Write Better

 Stories only happen to people who can tell them. - Lou Willett Stanek   Being a writer (a blogger, a copywriter, an academic writer, a poet – choose the right variant), you’ve heard about the phenomenon of free writing probably, even if you never used it yourself. Chances are,...
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Stories

Story: A Memoir by Namitha Varma

You were nestling atop the bookshelf, between a battered Harold Robbins and a few tomes of Umberto Eco, patiently waiting for someone to take you home. You were picked up endlessly by second-hand book hunters but dismissed, The post A Memoir by Namitha Varma appeared first on Short Stories.
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Poetry

Poem: my father raised me by Chloe Firetto-Toomey

Born in Bristol, England, my mother is English Sicilian, my father Irish American. Having duel citizenship I spent much of my childhood traveling between Bristol and Miami. I graduated in 2006 with a B.A in Creative Writing from the University of Surrey The post my father raised me by...
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Poetry

Poem: Formality by Tim Vander Meulen

Tim Vander Meulen is an avid writer of fantasy, short stories, and poems. His main line of focus is his Dark World trilogy, an epic fantasy. Short stories and poetry are experimental. He has many ideas, The post Formality by Tim Vander Meulen appeared first on Every Day Poems.
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Poetry

Poem: The Box by Bethany Rohde

Bethany Rohde received her BA in English from Western Washington University. She is a contributing writer to the arts/humanities blog: All Nine*. She’s always felt most comfortable articulating her thoughts The post The Box by Bethany Rohde appeared first on Every Day Poems.
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Stories

Story: First Day By Ryan Diminick

I backed into the parking spot, making sure I had enough clearance on each side. The first attempt brought me too close to the black SUV on my right, so I decided to pull forward. Once I straightened out The post First Day By Ryan Diminick appeared first on...
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Poetry

Poem: Tulips in Snowmelt by Kevin Heaton

Kevin Heaton is originally from Kansas and Oklahoma, and now lives and writes in South Carolina. His work has appeared in a number of publications including: Guernica, Raleigh Review, Beloit Poetry Journal The post Tulips in Snowmelt by Kevin Heaton appeared first on Every Day Poems.
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