Chris Ames proposes some mathematical formulas for what went wrong in your relationship What Nikki DeMarco is reading to ready for the school year 20 Small Press Books You Might […]
I didn’t conjure up how this would end before I allowed it to begin.
But let this be a kind of fuel. If you cannot be sweet, be mild like quince on a tree. If you must shear jagged, burn slow.
You’re welcome. It’s time again for former jmww fiction reviewer Michael B. Tager’s Best Books of 2016. Remember: this is compiled from Michael Tager’s own reading list and is not […]
Exquisite Duet (formerly Exquisite Quartet) is not so much a composition between two writers, but rather something created within the murky midlands of each author’s mind, yet set off […]
Burial The dead bee on my windowsill is frozen in attack position, as if by finding a crack with its barb it could have rejoined the world. I scoop […]
Registration is now open for the 2016 Chesapeake Writers Conference at St. Mary’s College, St. Mary’s City, MD! Each summer, we host between 35 and 45 writers at all levels […]
perhaps the biggest lesson Black offers is to get past the fear of beginning to write, because “losing decades of your life to such fears leaves a very deep scar.”
“All people are interesting,” is what Condominium is telling you. “Even the ones you don’t like.” And yes, people really, really hate these characters. At least one major agent backtracked on signing up the novel because said agent’s interns threatened to walk.
Autumn House Press, a nonprofit press based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is seeking a Managing Editor. This is a full-time (30 – 35 hours per week), salaried position. The Managing Editor […]