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Northumberlandia - a short story

I couldn’t resist entering the competition to devise a new legend for the Northumberlandia structure when someone pointed it out to me, and now I’m able to share it with you. 1,045 more words

Historical Fiction

Interested in Writing? 

If you love writing then this free fantasy writing contest is for you! http://t.co/yAQtTJLquJ 

Whatever kind of genre you like to write, you can still take part. 29 more words

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Why it’s always worth entering writing competitions…

Today I thought I’d write something for all you budding novelists, short story writers and poets. There are some wonderful writing competitions around these days. In her… 524 more words


The USS Mansart

Monitor and Merrimack. Yes, these civil war ironclads are famous, known to historian and schoolchild alike. But who remembers the truly first ironclad submergible? The story of its fatal maiden voyage could conjure up an oceanographic extravaganza of Jules Verne operatic proportions. 713 more words

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Sankthansaften Bonfire, a fiction for 3 minutes

Ronette and Ty were on their first week in Europe. Already she was sure she could take no more sleeping overnight on trains. Ty could tolerate it because, at only 22, just graduated from NYU, he was younger than Ronette.   527 more words

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An Invaluable Experience Like None Other in Law School

Editor’s Note: Erica Coray is the incoming Editor-in-Chief of the Boston College Journal of Law & Social Justice.  Erica was kind enough to author a blog about the academic journals at BC Law, and why she chose to join  643 more words

Intellectual Life

My Weekly Writing Challenge

For my challenge this week, I’m going to give you the opening line to your story. There’s no word limit, so it can be as short or as long as you like. 2,234 more words