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Black ribbon

By: RM Soto

The emergency room is full again. It’s very rare to see it vacant these following days. October seems to be a peak season for accidents to pass by. 510 more words

Literary

She

By: RM Soto

All she dreamed is to step forward,

Moments in time she regrets for life.

Memories of past flashes backwards,

It hurts a lot like a slice from a knife. 66 more words

Literary

Spoor

Hazarding a cede,
to spoor feral shoots,
or, Inspiration,
a ward’s vigilant yield
toward a mysterious charge.
John Biscello

Review of "Vampires in the Lemon Grove" by Karen Russell

With Vampires in the Lemon Grove, Karen Russell delivers a diverse set of short stories that reach deep into the realm of bizarreness. A vampire couple struggles to quench the unquenchable thirst while trying to fully realize their identities in a foreign world. 778 more words

30 North

Wanderings

Even now, in the deep watches of the night, when I hear the lonesome, haunting cry of a train whistle, echoing, and reechoing, between the buildings, and from the hillsides, something is reawakened in my heart and soul, and once again my wander lust is reborn. 184 more words

Literary

List of PAYING lit mags from Poetry Has Value + poets share their $$$ stats

Poetry Has Value is a blog created by professor and poet Jessica Piazza. Jessica is a great supporter of poets and has been tracking her poetry dollars since early 2015. 468 more words

Writing Resources

EnglishLitGeek reblogged this on English Lit Geek and commented:

Trish has an awesome blog for poets who want to submit their work with tons of great info. Thanks Trish!

Tales of Two Sisters: George Eliot, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Middlemarch

This year, Emma and I have spent a lot of time thinking about sisterhood – the kind of literary sisterhood we’ve been exploring here on Something Rhymed, and the ties that bind flesh and blood female siblings. 950 more words

Charlotte Bronte

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Celebrating Female Literary Friendship...lots of remarkable women writers here.