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First Edition Prose by tom barbash Stay Up With Me by tom barbash First Edition features original works by Northern California Jewish writers. Appearing the first issue of each month, it includes a poem and an excerpt from a novel or short story.
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 Kenya@50 all in memory of wasted chances and Arrested Development' Comments In Summary As Kenya prepares to celebrate her 50th birthday, it is only fair we take stock of gains and losses in the last half a century. As Kenya
Earn some extra money this holiday season with writing contests. Topics of opportunity range from nonfiction to fantasy to poetry and short stories. Many are free to enter, so indulge your creativity and your writing talent.
Meet Manjul Bajaj whose book Another Man's Wife has been shortlisted for The Hindu Prize 2013. With her second book, Manjul Bajaj once again finds herself on the shortlist for The Hindu Prize. In Another Man's Wife , Bajaj puts together a collection
More than a decade has passed since the release of Kelli Deeth's critically acclaimed The Girl Without Anyone . Set in a middle-class Toronto suburb, the collection of connected stories followed Leah, a young teen of recently divorced parents who are
It's not surprising that a collection centered on gay Jewish experience in the American South would be filled with outsiders...Friedman's rich, funny and finally very moving debut all feature characters who feel like transplants in a strange land,
A Permanent Member of the Family" (Ecco), by Russell Banks Russell Banks has long been criticized as being too depressing, too edgy, too dark. But one could argue that life is also many of those things and struggle is often a key to hope and future
Earn extra money with writing contests. From poetry to politics and everything in between, the second-half of November could be the best time for you to enter a competition.
The epic Ramayana has been presented in contemporary style by a nine-year-old Anirudh Gudavally. She has woven the story of Sita's abduction adding interesting elements to it...The little hero Chota Bheem captured the attention of a six-year-old
People News For short story writer and journalist Linda Christanty, 2013 is the year of achievements. In October, her short-story collection, Seekor Anjing Mati di Bala Murghab (A dog died in Bala Murghab), won two awards: the SouthEast Asia (SEA)