A poem about marketing emails.
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
April in review. The writing highs, the lows, the stats, the suspense, the poems, the story and the flash fiction.
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
Hello. I'm very pleased to share my flash fiction piece Rumbled, which is out today in the thunder themed edition of Flash Frontier over in Aotearoa / New Zealand. Kia ora! Piece by piece, the map of my words is slowly spreading. Pin points of meaning, strung together as a narrative whose thread is myself, … Continue reading Rambling about rumbled
A new story by me, published over at Hearth & Coffin Literary Journal.
I make notes. A few sentences, a paragraph, a couple of words. These are the tiny bricks upon which I can build a work. When I go back to these notes, sometimes I keep writing, and I find myself looking forward to what I'll find out, where these bits and pieces will take me, because … Continue reading Following my own brick road
A new poem is published, and I write about the three part trick to writing...