My Interview With Mark Twain by Rudyard Kipling From time to time we post historic articles. This famous interview has been on our site for a long while, but I thought I would bring it back to the … [Read More...] about My Interview With Mark Twain by Rudyard Kipling
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 Greatest Quotes about Writing by Writers Contest! We are building this page to help writers. I personally love quotes about writing, and I find them very inspirational. Here we are running a contest for the secret quote
Here is our list of the 1000 Greatest Poems of all time. We need your help to complete it and edit it. Post your suggestions please!
Here we have the Greatest Writing Prompt Contest. The contest is to find the Greatest writing prompt of all time. I hope that it creates a resource for people looking for writing prompts. I will get right to it. Winner of this contest will get 1 full year of free ads on our site
Welcome to our search for the Great 50 Word Horror Story of All Time. This is a user/reader centered contest.
Ok, so we’ve been out of it for a while. EWR hasn’t published a whole lot since Halloween, but we are back online now. This our our first contest of 2019. It’s one of those, oh so fun 50 word contests that everyone loves.
Stories and poetry
Ann Bracken is the author of two collections of poetry, No Barking in the Hallways: Poems from the Classroom (2017) and The Altar of Innocence (2015), She also serves as a contributing editor for Little Patuxent Review and coordinator for the Wilde Readings Poetry Series in Columbia, MD.
I once knew a fat lady in Hollywood who played tennis with Paul Mazursky, back in the days when it took artists three hours to finish breakfast. Beverly and Fairfax was the place to be, sitting out on the sidewalk, eating the $3.95 special. So the coffee was watery. This was before Starbucks and the[…]
On the Art of Fiction One is sometimes asked about the “obstacles” that confront young writers who are trying to do good work. I should say the greatest obstacles that writers today have to get over, are the dazzling journalistic successes of twenty years ago, stories that surprised and delighted by their sharp photographic detail[…]
Mark Twain on First Getting Published (1906) My experiences as an author began early in 1867. I came to New York from San Francisco in the first month of that year and presently Charles H. Webb, whom I had known in San Francisco as a reporter on The Bulletin, and afterward editor of The Californian,[…]