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Masked Hearts

Guys, there’s a new one out from Roane! No, I’m not part of this anthology–honestly, this girl needs to get on the ball and start writing more quickly if she wants to be part of the Roane anthos. 116 more words

Book Reading

Hello everyone!

Recently, I relished reading my fiction in a new anthology Lez Talk: A Collection of Black Lesbian Short Fiction at Charis Bookstore in Atlanta. 109 more words

Claudia Moss

William Carlos Williams

An old willow with hollow branches
slowly swayed his few high gright tendrils
and sang:

Love is a young green willow
shimmering at the bare wood’s edge. 16 more words

Poetry

Book Review: The Little Review Anthology

Founded by Margaret Anderson in Chicago in 1914, The Little Review was an experimental literary journal that published many famous and would-be famous names that we still know today, including T.S. 753 more words

1920s

Jack Kerouac

I wonder why our life must quiver between beauty and guilt, consummation and sadness, desire and regret, immortality and tattered moments unknowable, truth and beautiful meaningful lies.  12 more words

Excerpt

Gutted: A Review

I was excited to read this upcoming release from Crystal Lake Publishing, Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories. I was also fortunate to get an advanced reading copy of the anthology. 764 more words

Writing