Are you a writer of poetry, prose, essay or short fiction? Do you consider yourself a feminist? We want your writing for Whisper and the Roar. The theme of submitted work does not need to be feminist, but the writer must be. Submission Guidelines for Whisper and the Roar: Send up to 3 pieces of original … Continue reading Your Writing Wanted: Whisper and the Roar
Heart dies a death, very painful and slow Shedding every tiny leaf of hope Until no marks show Days pass by and then years after years The memories of past flowing in tears You try to forget, you try to move on Hoping for the darkness to subside Waiting for the break of … Continue reading Nothing remains then- Ashwini Nawathe/Kaleidoscope of my life
The deadline is fast approaching! You have 3 days to get your guest submission in to be featured on The Ink Owl!
Open to anyone and everyone who follows my blog or whoever comes across this randomly.
I would like submissions to contain an essence of fantasy as well as reflectthis prompt:
“Into the deep I plunge.”
- Submissions can be short stories, poetry, journal entries, or thoughts. Short stories, journal entries, and thoughts must be between 300 and 1700 words. Poem should have no more than 600 words. Submissions can be previously posted or written, you don’t have to write whole new pieces if you don’t want to.
**As a courtesy to my younger or more sensitive readers, please do not use graphic language or excessive profanity.**
- Each post will feature a short blurb about you and will contain a link to your site. Please indicate…
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I wanted to address some additional blogging issues that I have encountered. Reblogging Other Writers Work: Having your work reblogged-as long as you are properly cited- is considered one of the highest compliments in the blogging world. To reblog or not to reblog another writer's work can be a hard decision to make when you … Continue reading Brave and Reckless’Advice for New WordPress Bloggers– Part 2
The curators of Blood Into Ink are seeking guest writers to share their stories about the struggles and triumphs faced by trauma survivors. We welcome the writing of women and men who have lived through sexual abuse, rape, physical abuse, emotional abuse, child neglect, emotional abuse, domestic violence and other forms of trauma. We believe … Continue reading Blood Into Ink: Your Writing Wanted