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Short Story Collection
“ When I was seventeen I found a man, or maybe he found me. Away from home for the first time, out of reach of my father’s archaic restrictions and my mother’s culinary insistence, I cut off my hair, dropped my Christian name, wore black and toyed with anorexia, passing incognito among the city workers, just another ant in that vast heap. ”
A group for readers and writers of queer literary erotica, confessional erotica, a place to shar…more
[close] A group for readers and writers of queer literary erotica, confessional erotica, a place to share recommendations and create a resource and hangout for writers who want to be inspired by other writers of queer literary erotica.
41 members, last active 6 years ago
Queen's Ferry Press publishes collections of literary fiction.…more
[close] Queen's Ferry Press publishes collections of literary fiction.
12 members, last active 9 years ago
Join author Anthony J. Rapino as he discusses his new short story collection *Welcome to Moon Hi…more
[close] Join author Anthony J. Rapino as he discusses his new short story collection *Welcome to Moon Hill.* Other topics will include horror fans and the people who love them, how to catch a radioactive jackalope, and the proper preparation of Cthulhu meat. This group will be active February 3 - 29, 2012.
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The Yeartide Anthology is a free poetry competition with a difference. Proceeds going towards h…more
[close] The Yeartide Anthology is a free poetry competition with a difference. Proceeds going towards helping people with learning disabilities. Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, each season Yeartide Anthology will be running a free poetry competition, the winner of which will receive the prize of a short story written and illustrated in the fantasy genre by R. Newport or a guest author and illustrator. The winner will be asked to suggest three influences they would like the author to structure a story around; they can be places, animals mythical or real, objects or ideas. At the end of each year an anthology will be published containing the four winning poems, as well as the short stories and illustrations; the proceeds of which will go towards helping people with learning disabilities. The dates for submission of each seasonal poem competition throughout 2015 are as follows: SPRING March 1st – April 30th, winner announced in May SUMMER June 1st – July 31st, winner announced in August AUTUMN September 1st – October 31st, winner announced in November WINTER December 1st – January 31st, winner announced in February
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