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Writing for Hope

Posted 16/01/2018

Photograph: © Steve Young Photography WRITING FOR HOPE By Naneh V H Naneh lives in Warwickshire, England with her husband and daughter. She aspires to share the unique, over-looked and nearly-forgotten stories of people caught up in the historic collapse of the Soviet empire, who had suffered a trauma living in a totalitarian state and couldn’t adapt […]

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Rotting from the Inside

Posted 06/12/2017

October 2017 Contest Winner Mikayla Mislak is a young writer. She recently graduated from Ithaca College and was awarded with magna cum laude. She is an editor in chief and writer at Odyssey Online. Rotting from the Inside Mikayla Mislak I drove by Lin’s home the first time, believing that my GPS had steered me wrong. […]

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Interview: Susan E Wadds

Posted 04/12/2017

Winner of The Writers’ Union of Canada’s 2016 short prose contest for developing writers, Susan Wadds’ award-winning short fiction and poetry have been featured in several literary journals and anthologies, including Room and carte blanchemagazines. The first two chapters of her novel, What the Living Do, won Lazuli Literary Group’s writing contest, and was published in Azure’s winter 2017 issue. A graduate […]

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Interview: Sharon Frame Gay

Posted 01/12/2017

Sharon Frame Gay grew up a child of the highway, playing by the side of the road. She has been published in several anthologies, as well as BioStories, Gravel Magazine, Fiction on the Web, Literally Stories, Halcyon Days, Fabula Argentea, Persimmon Tree, Write City, Literally Orphans, Indiana Voice Journal, Luna Luna, Crannog magazine, and others. She […]

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Interview: Lynn Love

Posted 28/11/2017

Lynn Love is the winner of our August contest ‘Waiting for Angie’. Lynn is a florist, blogger and novelist-in-training living in Bristol, UK. When she’s not writing blog posts and being distracted by the internet, she’s tripping over ghosts and demons in her current urban fantasy novel. She has written three other as yet unpublished […]

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Interview: Jodie Noel Vinson

Posted 27/11/2017

This week, we’ll meet tutor Jodie Noel Vinson! Tell us a little about yourself. Maybe something random that not many people know! I’m obsessed with the work of Marcel Proust. It’s a life goal of mine to learn French in order to read In Search of Lost Time in the original. After Proust, my favorite book is Endurance by […]

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A Lie In

Posted 21/11/2017

October 2017 Contest Winner Helen Kreeger was born and raised in London, where she worked as a registered nurse and earned a degree in sociology from the London School of Economics. She has been living in Israel for twenty-three years. She and her husband have three sabra children, assorted animals and full-time jobs. Helen has been […]

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Misconception

Posted 16/11/2017

eptember 2017 Contest Winner Winner of The Writers’ Union of Canada’s 2016 short prose contest for developing writers, Susan Wadds’ award-winning short fiction and poetry have been featured in several literary journals and anthologies, including Room and carte blanchemagazines. The first two chapters of her novel, What the Living Do, won Lazuli Literary Group’s writing contest, and was published in Azure’s winter […]

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Interview: Jeff Hirsch

Posted 15/11/2017

This week, we’ll meet author and tutor Jeff Hirsch! 1.Tell us a little about yourself. Maybe something random that not many people know! Let’s see here. How about we start with the non-random stuff first as a kind of baseline? I’ve been a full-time writer of young adult and middle grade fiction for going on […]

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