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Monthly Archives: March 2017
Happy National Poetry Month! Beginning tomorrow, it’s all about the verse and there are a lot of ways to celebrate including some special open mic events. I’ll be running interviews with poets, reviewing poetry books and giving some away all month … Continue reading
We broke things up a little in our prompts class today by playing a game involving paper mustaches and guessing words. We all know now which students would crack under pressure and give up the location of the rebel base… … Continue reading
Tickets are now on sale for the Wine for Canines buffet, wine tasting and silent auction Saturday, July 22 from 3-5 p.m. at the Twisted Grape Wine Bar & Cafe in Shalimar. Tickets are $25 each and are available at … Continue reading
Under the Morgue is gathering votes for their 2016 Horror Awards. Submissions will be open until April 1-2. On April 3rd, the polls will be created and members can vote. Categories include Best Leading Actress, Best Film Of 2016, Worst … Continue reading
National Poetry Month is April! To celebrate all the interviews will be poets from here until May. To kick off this line up I chose William L. Gent, a friend and fellow writer. I was honored to be able to … Continue reading
I am hard at work making the final changes on Escape Claws, my soon-to-be-released collection of narrative and poetry that centers around four houses I lived in as a child and the supernatural events that occurred there. Escape Claws is based … Continue reading
From LOCUS— Ellen Datlow has released a call for submissions for an upcoming volume of the Best Horror of the Year series to highlight material published in 2017: I am looking for stories and poetry from all branches of horror: from the … Continue reading
Writing takes discipline. Sharing it takes courage. In Bipolarity, the first published poetry collection from Laura Kester Duerrwaechter, the author shares her personal struggles with bipolar disorder, a mental disorder marked by alternating periods of elation and depression. Her poetry is full … Continue reading
It was brought to my attention that I haven’t been posting class assignments on my blog lately. I apologize, and would give all my excuses of how many plates I have in the air but that’s not what’s important. What … Continue reading