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August 25, 1954

Sadism ran deep in the asylum.

I do not know which one of the administrators brought the clowns and the elephant in, but the man’s depravity knew no end. 267 more words


Andrea Thompson's interview with the League of Canadian Poets

Poetry inPrint resident, Andrea Thompson did an interview with the League of Canadian Poets last month and mentioned our chapbook project! http://poets.ca/2019/07/11/to-me-poetry-is-love-an-interview-with-2019-golden-beret-winner-andrea-thompson/

Tell The Damn Story #101: Where Can Writers Find Support? Sisters In Crime!

Alex and Chris introduce another interview from the Deadly Ink Mystery Writers Conference. Today we hear from not one but two local presidents of the national Sisters in Crime mystery writers organization, New Jersey President Linda Rawlins and Delaware Valley President Jane Kelly, discussing the resources and benefits and support SinC offers members (open to sisters and brothers) and their own writing challenges and goals. 36 more words

Tell The Damn Story (Satellite)

The Writer Who Cried Wolf

I’m becoming a writer who’s afraid to talk about my writing anymore. As any writer will tell you, this vocation can be a lonely one, and things like social media make it easy to feel less alone. 461 more words


Xeriscapes of the Heart: A Brief Hiatus, a Long Excerpt

Because I have a few projects I’m working on, plus the start of the school year, I’m going to put my reviews here and on Goodreads on a brief hiatus of about a month or a month and a half. 12,150 more words


Winter Falls – Collaboration

The love is gone

Why are we still

in circles here?

The feelings that
were once true

has disappeared

Empty halls and
shallow walls of a house that was a home… 668 more words

Creative Talents Unleashed

The Seventh Seed - Book Quote Corner

“Fine. I’ll show you, but you have to keep it quiet. I wasn’t kidding about it being a danger.”

He laid the case on its side, put a key into the lock, and two metal flaps popped open. 416 more words