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Poignant

I want to write poetry so moving,
that it would make an onion cry.

© Roxi St. Clair

Poetry

Scrub the Night

On the night he left the rain was hammering against the galvanized roof of the leaning shack they used to share, and the wind was howling like a raging banshee. 224 more words

Writing

Happy Holidays from the DMS Team

Esteemed Writers and Editors of DMS,

Can you believe 2014 is steadily drawing to a close? As we prepare the Studio for the holiday observance next week… 221 more words

DMS

TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) Talks

Feel like you’re drifting? blocked?

Here are some that might help you decide on what to focus on or get you unblocked:

Ideas

MesAyah - Children Of War Live spoken word @ radio free your mind - SoundCloud

Listen to MesAyah – Children Of War Live spoken word @ radio free your mind by MesAyah #np on #SoundCloud

One year since this live radio performance. 17 more words

Poetry

The Benefits of Reading Like A Writer

Writers don’t necessarily read like other people. Many of us notice little things—plot devices, grammar errors, characterization flaws—that other readers don’t, and they bug us, because we’ve sensitized ourselves to what good writing reads like. 548 more words

Writing Advice

CEM 21 No. 657 2014, Self-Promo

A private e-mail recently, lamenting the fact my latest book, Beyond The Horizon, is not available in the United Kingdom, through Barnes and Noble. Actually, it is: 7 more words

Writing