Don’t be intimidated by today’s publishing environment. The key is the same as it’s always been: dream big and never give up.
Poetry’s magic gone wild.
If you’re on the path to publishing – a short story, perhaps – we wish you success, and we hope you consider our magazine a supporting partner.
Do you want to tell the story of your life?
Is there any story more fun to read – and to write – than a good crime story?
Do you identify with a certain genre? Or do you shun labels for your work?
There’s something to be said for just sitting there.
This issue of The Writer includes a variety of voices from the world of writing, including our short story contest winner, Graydon Megan.
The writer Isak Dinesen said, “All sorrows can be borne if you put them in a story or tell a story about them.”
I’m always on the lookout for work that makes me swoon with a finely tuned combination of intellect and emotion.