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WritingForums 5h
The prompt for this month's fun prize challenge is 'The Ghost'. Enter now for a chance to win an Amazon voucher.
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Gary Rutherford 20h
A lot of say too much in their prose, never trusting their readers quite enough, but it's a small step to cut unnecessary explanation/exposition. My problem is a little more insidious. I say far, far too little.😟 But I'm working on it!🙂
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Greta Thunberg 14h
On my way to Capitol Hill. At 10h we’ll testify at The House Committee on Foreign Affairs. At 12h I will support Our Children's Trust at the Supreme Court. Then at 17h ET I will address Members of Congress in the Ways & Means Committee Hearing Room.
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WritingForums 17h
What is the 'The Metaphorical and the Conceit as It speaks In poetry, and/or poetic prose?
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Caroline Humes Sep 17
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WritingForums Sep 17
Be part of our monthly Literary Maneuvers short comp by suggesting writing prompts at
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WritingForums Sep 13
Our latest publication to Flashes is 'New York' by award winning writer, Stephen House via
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WritingForums Sep 13
Replying to @CheyenneBHansen
We are merciful gods though. Mostly.
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WritingForums Sep 13
Check out our new Lean and Mean Weekly challenge - winner gets an Amazon gift voucher!
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WritingForums Sep 10
Flashes is delighted to help celebrate their first anniversary with an interview with founder, Lisa Orban. Great Interview, Lisa - thank you!
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WritingForums Sep 6
Our latest publication to Flashes is a poem by Steven Deutsch. Steven's Chapbook, “Perhaps You Can,” was published in 2019 by Kelsay Press.
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Mikeyboy Sep 4
DO U ATTEND WRITING CONFERENCES? I usually go to these when I’m one of the guest and find them to be inspiring. This article captures the main benefits of attending conferences.
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Ralph Rotten Sep 5
Free until Friday, get your copy now! Bucky Jackson: The boy who could fly by Laurie Celaya via
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WritingForums Sep 4
Replying to @MikeKowis
Congratulations, Mikeyboy!
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Indies United Publishing House Sep 3
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WritingForums Sep 4
So what are some of the more commonly used metaphorical devices in literature? The Metaphorical and the Conceit (Glossary) via
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The Mad Minstrel Sep 2
I just read a great post that my friends in the would like. “...bog down your prose with heavy exposition that makes you feel very clever as a writer, but makes your reader fall asleep and your mother weep for having birthed a human nap.”
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WritingForums Sep 2
Write ? Take a look at our poetry discussion at
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WritingForums Sep 2
Writing from the point of view of a child - can you? Join the discussion
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WritingForums Sep 2
Check it out and folks - our September Literary Maneuvers short fiction contest has fourteen - yes, fourteen! - prompts to choose from. Pop over there, get involved, and start writing. !
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