The Novella & The Elephant Stampede | Nolcha Fox
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The Novella & The Elephant Stampede | Nolcha Fox

I was working from a short story I had already written. I could fill in more of the relationships between the characters, more of the motivations. Maybe I could even add some new characters, and then kill them off. But then what? Continue reading

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Weekend Wander #30 2017 My Cultural Highlights | Changing Pages
Angela Vincent / Archives / Contributors / Events & Articles On Literature / Pt. 9 / Travel, Life, & Aesthetics

Weekend Wander #30 2017 My Cultural Highlights | Changing Pages

If you are kind enough to read Changing Pages regularly, you will know there I love visiting art galleries, museums, exhibitions and the theatre. It goes without saying that I also love to attend any book related event or festival. Continue reading

In Need of a Comforting Read: The Right Book At The Right Time Can Succor, Soothe, & Calm A Troubled Soul Or A Weary Mind » Changing Pages
Angela Vincent / Archives / Books / Contributors / Events & Articles On Literature / Pt. 8

In Need of a Comforting Read: The Right Book At The Right Time Can Succor, Soothe, & Calm A Troubled Soul Or A Weary Mind » Changing Pages

As soon as that realization dawned and I acknowledged it, I was giving myself permission to put it down and stop struggling to read it. I wasn’t admitting defeat or giving up; I was just making a choice. Continue reading

100 + List Of Lit Mags/Journals/Presses To Follow & View — Because We’re Writers Too!
Archives / Christina Lydia / Events & Articles On Literature / Pt. 8

100 + List Of Lit Mags/Journals/Presses To Follow & View — Because We’re Writers Too!

It’s easy to forget that us editors are writers too. Of course we want to submit our work. Of course we want that bit of notoriety that comes along. But, like all writers, our work doesn’t just magic itself into a submissions box. We have to write and send it too. Just like you. Continue reading

‘What Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Knew About Storytelling’ & Other Words | Signature’s Compact Guide to Short Story Writing
Archives / Christina Lydia / Events & Articles On Literature / Pt. 7

‘What Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Knew About Storytelling’ & Other Words | Signature’s Compact Guide to Short Story Writing

“Holmes and Watson are different, though. Yes, you remember the stories in the way I just described – but there’s an added element. You have friends. The lithe chemist and sturdy military doctor walk beside you down the street, drink coffee with you, remind you to notice every detail and omit nothing. They are, in a word, real.” — Forest Leo Continue reading