Aesthetics and Endings

Author: Laurie Saurborn Young I think most poets have a poem that first awoke/broke/released them in some way.  That impact tends not to fade.  For me, that…

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Reviewing a Book

Author: Kristina Marie Darling For someone who has never reviewed before, should you begin by finding a venue for a review or producing a review?…

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Top 10 Western Reading Series

A brief note about methodology: the LitBridge had some assistance with this list from writers Josh Fomon, Mark Rockswold, A. Minetta Gould and Ed Skoog. …

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Creative Writing Prompts About Memory

Life would not be quite as interesting without memory. We love to remember both the good times and the bad. Without memory, it would be…

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Creative Writing Prompts About Animals

Almost everyone can admit that the world would not be as beautiful or interesting without the existence of animals. There are so many diverse types…

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Writing Satire

Author: Mark Rayner How did you first get into writing?  What was the first piece of writing that shocked or moved you? It’s fair to say…

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Interview With Red Hen Press

Author: Kate Gale What makes Red Hen Press a unique part of the publishing community? We are the biggest indie press in Los Angeles, so…

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Creative Writing Prompts About New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions can be fun to think about, and sometimes fun to make. Whether or not we ultimately keep them is up to us…

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New Year’s Eve Creative Writing Prompts

The beginning of the new year is a great moment to reflect upon the prior year and start envisioning how you want your life to…

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Christmas Eve Writing Prompts

Christmas Eve is a great time of the holiday and a great day to get prepared for the holiday.  There are quite a few feelings…

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