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Monthly Archives: April 2018
To celebrate the final day of National Poetry Month, a few of us got together on Facebook to create an Exquisite Corpse. In case you don’t know, an Exquisite Corpse is a collectively assembled poem. Each contributor added to the … Continue reading
My Ladies of Horror prompt story is up on Nina D’Arcangela’s blog this morning. My prompt was this photo of crumbling people. I took a prose approach to tell the story of a nice old grandma that uses magic to show … Continue reading
My muses have kidnapped me! Please don’t send help. Since I had my experience the other night with the Imaginary Foundation, I have been in high creative mode. I have finished all my writing projects that were piling up, and … Continue reading
It all started with a poster, but when I saw it I felt like my DNA was vibrating and my heart would stop. I’ve been on a search to find out who created it. Tonight I found out… and now … Continue reading
Just a reminder… above all things, writers write.
Have you found an excellent writer resource or submission opportunity? Is there an amazing writercon in your area? Tell me about it! I search through a few literary submission sites to find good opportunities to share each week and would … Continue reading
The gentle and demure feminine archetype is nowhere to be found in Satan’s Sweethearts, a collection of poetry from Marge Simon and Mary Turzillo. While murder and sadism are usually attributed to men, between these pages hide women with one thing … Continue reading
Today I have another interview from my friend, Soraya Murillo Hernandez, from Spain. Soraya speaks Spanish, and I only speak English, so our friendship has leaned heavily on technology and Google Translate. Soraya has so many amazing interviews that I’ve … Continue reading
How best to celebrate Earth Day 2018, which is also in the middle of National Poetry Day? With an earth poem, of course. Here’s a cute eco poem set to music, a.k.a. a song, with some nice watercolor illustrations. I … Continue reading