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Qu: a literary magazine Issue 8 By Qu Lit Mag
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Qu is a literary journal, published by the MFA program at Queens University of Charlotte. The Qu editorial staff is comprised of current students. We publish fiction, poetry, essays and script... More > excerpts of outstanding quality. Payment upon publication is $100 per prose piece and $50 per poem.< Less
Storyglossia Fiction Prize 2006 By Steven McDermott
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The Storyglossia Fiction Prize 2006 short story collection features the ten finalists from the 2006 fiction contest. Storyglossia is an online literary journal found at
African Legacies, African Fictions By Ann Clayton
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AFRICAN LEGACIES, AFRICAN FICTIONS is a collection of interviews and essays on African fiction.
African Legacies, African Fictions By Ann Clayton
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AFRICAN LEGACIES, AFRICAN FICTIONS is a collection of interviews and essays on African fiction.
USA MARKETS FOR SCIENCE FICTION By The Writers Network (Compiled by)
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This concise reference guide includes science fiction publishers, magazines, agents, online markets, organizations, recommended books, revision Q&A, ads. THE ASTRONOMY... More > STORE ASTROFIEDS.COM Free astronomy classifieds SPACE TOYS Official NASA replicas < Less
A Practical Guide to Writing Fiction By The Book Store
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This practical guide to writing fiction contains many fiction writing exercises. Excellent for use in fiction writing workshops. HOW TO BE A LITERARY AGENT Find this book at... More >< Less
Soul's Road: a Fiction Collection By Cody Luff
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Soul's Road is a collection of powerful new voice short fiction and prose. Thirteen writers explore what it is to travel into the depths of the soul. The stories unfold character after character on... More > their somewhat desperate, often funny journey of self-exploration, raising questions of identity, sexuality, and morality. They are husbands, daughters, people from the past and from the future, but all of them are traveling the soul's road. Soul's Road is an ongoing literary project that invites new voice writers and poets to share their work with the world. Every volume is compiled by a rotating staff of guest editors, artists and authors, all dedicated to finding the best writing through open submissions. Soul's Road is a love letter to the stories, poetry and essays written by writers making their start in the literary community. Soul's Road: volume 2 will be available late 2012.< Less
The Art of Fiction (Hardcover) By Henry James
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World-renowned novelist and short story author Henry James offers practical advice and considerable insight on what makes quality fiction, and how good writers can create it. A common theme seen in... More > Henry James' works is contrasting the naivete and untrammeled freedom of the New World with the knowledgeable but corrupt nature of Europe and the Old World. Beginning with short stories while in his 20s, James quickly gained a reputation as a skilled wordsmith and compelling narrator. His innovative style was emblematic of new forms of penmanship which partly displaced and partly accentuated the prevalent Romantic and Victorian literary forms. Much of Henry James teaching contains his opinions on the nature and purpose of fiction. His theories about what a novel should present - as entertainment, as art, and as a reflection upon the author - offer readers thoughtful and informed analysis of creative writing.< Less
Woman's Work in English Fiction By Clara Helen Whitmore
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This is an excellent reference for anyone interested in Women's History. The writings of many of the women considered in this volume have sunk into an oblivion from which their intrinsic merit should... More > have preserved them. This is partly due to the fact that nearly all the books on literature have been written from a man's stand-point. Many men who acknowledge unhesitatingly that Jane Austen is superior as an artist to Smollett, will find more pleasure in the breezy adventures of Roderick Random than in the drawing-room atmosphere of Emma; while no woman can read a novel of Smollett's without loathing, although she must acknowledge that the Scottish writer is a man of genius. When the novel took on literary form, women began to write. They were not imitators of men, but opened up new paths of fiction, in many of which they excelled. Started as a Master's thesis, this tome covers the time period from the Restoration to the Mid-Victorian Period. Women's Studies< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #16 By SW Theaker & JB Greenwood (Editors)
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This issue’s brilliant cover - by John Shanks, proprietor of the Homegrown Goodness website - has doubtless alerted you the main content of this issue: Howard Phillips relates to us The Doom... More > That Came to Sea Base Delta! Then, Lawrence Dagstine, editor of The Literary Bone, brings us “Our Plight on Amaros”, a high concept tale of human despair on an alien world. This issue also brings the next part of After All, by Michael Wyndham Thomas. Wash that down with another sip of Newton Braddell, and then you'll be ready for another Lost Classic of the Silver Age, a tale of one Cleabella Danger, with thanks to the plucky fellow who rescued her book from a space pirate! And dropped into the mix at the very last minute, an extract from the novel-in-progress, Chameleon Man Gets Lost, by Caroline Marwitz: “The Good Fortune Driving School for Men”. Watch out too for the next instalment of Helen and Her Magic Cat!< Less

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