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1000 Facts about Writers By James Egan
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Ernest Hemingway shot himself in the legs with a machine gun while wrestling a shark. George RR Martin can only type with one finger at a time. Arthur Conan Doyle passionately believed in... More > fairies. Bram Stoker couldn’t walk until he was seven. CS Lewis couldn’t use a typewriter. Charles Dickens regularly visited the morgue and stared at the dead for hours. Edgar Allen Poe made $9 for writing The Raven. John Milton created more English words than anyone else in history. Lewis Carrol wrote Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland to show how stupid mathematics was. Arthur Miller wrote Death of a Salesman in one day. There are two naked women hidden on the front cover of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s book, The Great Gatsby. James Joyce wrote Ulysses in crayon. JRR Tolkien was kidnapped when he was a toddler. JK Rowling wrote the final chapter of the last Harry Potter book in 1990; seven years before the release of her first book.< Less
I Have Come to Show You Death: Scenes On Lesbians and Dying By Nineteenth-Century, New England Women Writers By Carolyn Gage
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A collection of one-act,dramatic adaptations of the writings of four 19th century, New England women writers, dealing with lesbian life partners and death, including writings by Sarah Orne Jewett,... More > Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, Alice Brown, and Mary Wilkins Freeman< Less
Women In Literature I By Lisa Ray
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Little Women Journal By Susan Brassfield Cogan
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A journal for artists and writers. The left page is blank so that you can draw, doodle, paste pictures, or construct a map of the interior of your mind. The right page is lined with a teeny-tiny... More > version of The Secret Garden. That's where you write your thoughts. A journal is the cheapest form of psychiatry. It's a dear friend who actually won't repeat your secrets. A journal doesn't care how you spell botulism. It won't call the police if you threaten to murder your co-workers. It won't laugh if you share your fantasy of someday winning the Pulitzer and the Nobel Prize on the same day. A journal doesn't mind if it becomes messy, dog-eared, and scribbled as long as it is always within reach.< Less
Tremors - Short Fiction By California Writers By Anthology
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Eight writers -- four women and four men -- have gathered together to present this soul-stirring collection of contemporary fiction -- one that is sure to whet your appetite for more from these very... More > talented authors. As one of them reminds us: "Here is the voice inside me which says: 'I am shaking the teardrops frozen in time with my literary tremor from a faraway land . . .' I think everyone has stories that are meant to shake or create waves to the uncharted mind."< Less
TREMORS: SHORT FICTION BY CALIFORNIA WRITERS By Ken Branch et al.
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Eight writers -- four women and four men -- have gathered together to present this soul-stirring collection of contemporary fiction -- one that is sure to whet your appetite for more from these very... More > talented authors. As one of them reminds us: "Here is the voice inside me which says: 'I am shaking the teardrops frozen in time with my literary tremor from a faraway land . . .' I think everyone has stories that are meant to shake or create waves to the uncharted mind."< Less
The Erotica Writer's Husband & Other Stories By Jennifer D. Munro
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Sensual yet comic, the love child of Anaïs Nin and David Sedaris might have penned these literary tales of lust and laughter, collected from the pages of Best American Erotica, Mammoth Book of... More > Best New Erotica, Best Women’s Erotica, Best of Literary Mama, Clean Sheets, Zyzzyva, and others. Erotic, humorous, and poignant stories about real-life challenges and their impact on the libido. A candid and often whimsical look at sex and the sexes.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Spring Equinox 2016 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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The spring equinox is a moment of balance. A time of celebrating the renewal that nature offers us. In China one tradition is to put out fresh seed for the birds, to thank them for their part in the... More > cycle of life. The Great Sphinx, built a staggering 4500+ years ago, was aligned to face directly into the sun on the Spring Equinox. Mused offers a wealth of springly rebirths for your heart and soul. Beautiful flowers curl and open. Shore birds explore the sand and water. Poetry reminds us to treasure what is precious. The touch of a loved one's hand. The poignant memories of those who have passed. The tenacity in a tiny seed. Fiction takes us into fresh outlooks on life. A struggling writer seeking that first break. A lonely woman hoping her ex might at last return to her. A man who knows he was meant for the bright lights of acting. Non-Fiction lets us walk, for a few moments, in another's shoes. A sixties-era student's school assignment haunts her until this very day.< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Summer Solstice 2016 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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For many people, summertime is the perfect time to explore creativity. Plein air artists bring easels to gardens and beaches, showcasing nature's colors in oils, acrylics, and watercolors.... More > Photographers ferret out a million sights to immortalize. Poets and writers stretch languidly beneath a shady oak tree, listening to the gentle buzz of insects, and constructing entire worlds out of the ether. Our art celebrates the beauty of nature. The grand opening of a sunflower. The delicate wings of a tiger butterfly. An orange lily glistening with summer rain. Poetry delights us with its rich vision. A playful squirrel tumbles down a tree. Rainbows shimmer out of thin air. The moon waxes and wanes. Fiction fills us with emotion. One grandmother has playful fun at her last birthday. Another goes on a longed-for trip. One becomes lost in the past while another strives to treasure every day remaining. Enjoy the creativity of our community of artists - and then explore your own!< Less
Mused - the BellaOnline Literary Review - Autumn Equinox 2014 By BellaOnline The Voice of Women
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Autumn is a season of powerful transition. It brings devastating hurricanes and stunning alterations in landscape. It reminds us to treasure what we have for surely everything can change in an... More > instant. Our photographers challenge us to look closer - to see the beauty and meaning in each moment. A bright-eyed owl is blind in one eye. A dragonfly seems dipped in gold. A landscape takes on new meaning when seen from a fresh angle. A bird's feathers take on shimmering color and symmetry when viewed from above. Our poets bring distant worlds to powerful life. We tremble in the powerful aftermath of a destructive thunderstorm. We weep at the tragedy of a Guatemalan village, ruthlessly mown down. We shiver in the frigid distance between a newlywed couple who has begun to split like a withered tree. We wrap ourselves in emotion as a patient grapples with a harsh diagnosis. Our fiction writers bring to life vibrant worlds which seem all-too-real.< Less

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