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The Wrack Line By winners of The NOT the Whittaker Prize 2013
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Edited by John Wilks, this is a fine selection of both poetry and short fiction that represents the very best writing from 12 weeks of The NOT The Whittaker Prize 2013. Contributors from the UK,... More > Canada, Australia and the USA< Less
The Rhinoceros and His Thoughts: Short Stories and Poetry by the Best of the Whittaker Prize 2009 By Donna Gagnon Pugh
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"The Rhinoceros and His Thoughts: short stories & poetry - the best of the Whittaker Prize 2009" edited by Donna Gagnon Pugh.
Thistles in the Sandbox: The Stirred Poet: Volume 1,2 By Donna Gagnon Pugh, Winners of THE STIRRED POeT 2010
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A powerful and eclectic anthology of poetry from people that make a sandbox more than just sand and wood and weeds. Selections from THE STIRRED POeT competition at The Write Idea, 2010. (Vol 2 of THE... More > STIRRED POeT anthologies -- Vol 1, "Unforgettable Fire" also available from TheRightEyedDeer Press)< Less
Scratching At Cardboard: Short Stories and Poetry: Selected as the Best of the Whittaker Prize 2008 By The Whittaker Prize
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Short stories & poems chosen as the best of The Whittaker Prize 2008
To the edge of there & back By Winners of The Whittaker Prize 2011/12
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In a special 'West Coast' edition, with the cover art matching the forthcoming ePub version. Highly respected and tough writing competition, The Whittaker Prize, is an annual multi-round competition... More > hosted by The Write Idea international writers forum. This is a stunning collection comprising some of the best entries over 2011 and 2012. Over 100 writers from around the globe have taken part in that time, this is a superb selection of the very best - a fine literary mix of the short story and poetry.< Less
To the edge of there & back By winners of The Whittaker Prize 2011/12
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Highly respected and tough writing competition, The Whittaker Prize, is an annual multi-round competition hosted by The Write Idea international writers forum. This is a stunning collection... More > comprising some of the best entries over 2011 and 2012. Over 100 writers from around the globe have taken part in that time, this is a superb selection of the very best - a fine literary mix of the short story and poetry.< Less
Petroglyph Beach By E. Russell Smith
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E. Russell Smith is one of those amazing poets that can show you the great things in life, or the simple. They will both leave you relishing his words. He combines observation with worldwide travel,... More > the humanity of hope and spirit.< Less
The RightEyedDeer - Issue 8 By The RightEyedDeer Press
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A prime selection of poetry and fiction from the USA, Canada, the UK, France, Portugal, Denmark and Australia. Quirky landscape art from Ontario artist, Douglas Pugh.
The RightEyedDeer - Issue 7 By The RightEyedDeer Press
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A fine selection of poetry and fiction from around the world, all wrapped in amongst the striking artwork of Maragaret Mair. Includes interviews with Mandy Pannett and Bob Thurber as they both launch... More > new novels.< Less
The RightEyedDeer - Issue 6 By The RightEyedDeer Press
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Issue 6 of The RightEyedDeer contains poetry, fiction and art from contributors around the globe. Formed as an offshoot of The Write Idea forum, the magazine contains work from members and newcomers... More > to the community. While Issue 6 is primarily focused on the power of flash fiction and flash poetry, other works can be included at the discretion of the editorial team. The art of Ontario painter, Karen Sloan, is a delightful embellishment among some excellent writing. Also includes an interview with English poet and rising star, Marilyn Francis.< Less