Another post, another flash fiction published. My little story is called In a manor, and you can read it with thanks to Crow & Cross Keys, which is a gorgeous online journal, where each story, poem or flash is hauntingly illustrated with black and white photography. Photo by Flora Westbrook on Pexels.com My submission rate … Continue reading A manner of speaking
A link to, and a note about, my new short story, published thanks to Provenance Journal @ProvenanceJourn
There's any amount of reasons to write, they are innumerable. Sometimes, it's about creating a piece with something you're given. There's an argument about how all writing is in response to stimulus of some kind, and I appreciate that line of thinking. However, I was imagining more formal situations, such as writing challenges and strict … Continue reading Prompted to respond
Last week in writing: I provided feedback on a proof before my story is published, and confirmed corrections. Submitted works to three journals. A poem written in response to a specific call out was accepted. Recorded more rejections, as is the way of writing. Updated my database (I use The Writer's Database) for pending, rejected … Continue reading Not only writing, but also
Why not review 2019's Little Women and draw out half formed ideas about ambition, art, and other stuff.
An update about a story that sought a home.
Some thoughts on creativity amid interesting times, and a new poem out now by me, thanks to @ayaskala
Here's a version of me contemplating a different version of me featured in a special @InkPantry interview, about writing, art, and, um…a version of me.
A link to my poetry, published today in the UK, with thanks to Ink Pantry.
On not writing so many reviews, plus, a link to a newly published poem, by me.