Hey folks! We’re back at it! For this issue of Author’s Spotlight, I’d like to introduce veteran author Ken Gordon! 1. What is your favorite genre to write and why? Philosophers Dante and Oscar Wilde had opposing points when it came to art. Dante felt art imitates life, while Oscar Wilde felt life imitates art far […]
Author’s Note: About four years ago, I was introduced to Brian Ketley’s The 3 A.M. Epiphany, a book of over 200 writing exercises designed to help transform your fiction. After sifting through prompts about synesthesia, atypical days at work, and practicing negative capability, I arrived at a prompt titled “What If?” In the prompt, I […]
Here’s a list of things I would buy if I received a dollar for every time I was told my creative writing degree wasn’t practical: A large island in the South Pacific. I would name it Black Magic Isle and would declare myself the sultan. The Empire State Building. I would turn it into a […]
The Day That Shocked The Nation. Author’s Note/Trigger Warning: I realized I hadn’t posted any of my creative work. I dug up this short story I wrote back in 2018, centered around the 9/11 terrorist attacks in NYC. The prompt called for short story centered around an atypical day at work. It surely is a […]
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Hello to all the writers out there and reading this blog! It is well into the month of November, so it is time for a shameless self-promotion party; please do not be shy about your work. Writers need to be their own best publicists, and we…
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