George Moore has published poetry in The Atlantic, Poetry, Colorado Review, North American Review, Valparaiso, and Orion. A finalist for The National Poetry Series
Welcome to our 2021 500 Word Very Scary Story Contest. Every we used to run this contest every year, but we’ve skipped a few. People are just more interested in writing micro fiction instead of flash fiction these days, but we’ve decided to try again. We are looking for the scariest story you can send us!
We are looking for the best Written Real Ghost Stories. Any ghost story will do, we want to read them, and we want them to be real. The best ghost stories or paranormal stories
This year we have decided to dig up an oldie but a goodie. Welcome to our 2021 Halloween Horror Haiku contest. People tend to have a lot of fun with this one. We are going to publish the top 3 haikus on a page…
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 comment below. Not all of these will be this easy, but they will all have something […]
Welcome to our 2021 50 World Horror Story “Only for the Glory” contest. EWR has been on Hiatus for a good while. We have had many issues over the last year, but your fearless editor is working to get the wheels turning again. I can’t let Halloween go by without a horror story contest. […]
For convenience, the masculine offender is in demonology classed under the female designation. According to Michelet and other authorities there were ten thousand alleged witches for each alleged wizard! and anyhow there is little etiquette as to the precedence of ladies in criminal matters.
If we could ask one of the old-world pagans whom he revered as his greatest gods, he would be sure to name among them the sun-god; calling him Apollo if he were a Greek; if an Egyptian, Horus or Osiris; if of Norway, Sol; if of Peru, Bochica.
Here are 10 horror story prompts that should give you the chills, and get you writing something scary. Warning if these don’t scare you, you are most-likely a zombie, vampire, werewolf or ghost.
For Halloween: The accounts and evidence against witches (those killed for being witches) are far more terrifying than the prospects of them being true witches.