Issue Thirteen

The Southeast Review

The Southeast Review is one of the most prestigious and established journals out there. Once your work is chosen by them for publication, other journals and publishers are likely to take you a lot more seriously. Because it is so prestigious and established The Southeast Review gets an opportunity to look at so much work…

Writing Prompt: A Few Words

When you write you often discover that you favor certain words. Maybe you really like the word red, or metronome, or poem, and those words crop up frequently. You might not notice it when writing fiction, but in poems where the language is more sparse it becomes obvious. This exercise is to write a poem,…

Inspirational Quote of the Week

  When you are a new writer, one of the hardest things is to be open to criticism. After all when I was still learning, I didn’t understand the concept of editing. I wanted everything to be good on the first try. This is rarely the case. The more you write the more you learn…

“Why I Chose Create Space to Publish My First Book”

My book, “Words to Thrive By: Powerful Stories of Courage and Hope” was published with Create Space. I had a great experience with all aspects of the Create Space process: writing, editing, audience demographic analysis, printing, shipping, online website support and the overall Create Space Community. The service is extremely personalized at Create Space I…

Camaroc Press Review

Camaroc Press Review is an online literary journal that specialize in short prose and poetry. None of the short stories or poems they publish are over 550 words. They have low acceptance rates, a good reputation, and a very fast response time. If you write short pieces you want to submit here. CPR does not…