Writers Helping Writers : From The Workshop

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"The Homeless Person" by mark william mills
How brief encounters with the people in his neighborhood inspire empathy in an elderly man.
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"The Sun Chief" by mscherer
The Sun Chief takes place a 1000 years ago and tells the story of Tawamongwi, the Sun Chief for the Diné peoples and his self-doubt and frustration...
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"Thorne Lake, Pt. 1" by John Paul Schmidt
This is about a man who goes back to his home town to pursue an old relationship.
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"All That Suffer" by C. T. Puckett
Your phone's dead, you're on a train and you need to make a call. For some, this is easy, for Mr. Manner, not so much.
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"Maggie" by Joe P
One day, all the light in the world shines black. The next day Mark finds a cat and tries getting back together with his ex.

Sharpen Your Skills : Essays On Writing

Chuck Palahniuk

One Word Leads To The Next: Unconventional Conjunctive Devices

From: Chuck Palahniuk
An essay that explores unconventional conjunctive devices and how they can link a story together, making it more like a song or piece of music.
Chuck Palahniuk

The Haunting: How To Conquer The Shame Of Being A Writer

From: Chuck Palahniuk
An essay about why the vocation of writing can sometimes feel shameful, and how to own that shame and then eventually conquer it.