Writers Helping Writers : From The Workshop

EB Eames's picture
"Regret Won: Part One and Two" by EB Eames
An aging cold case detective tries to solve a 20 year old child abduction case. His investigation takes him to the plains of Wisconsin, where a...
Nathan Scalia's picture
"The River Willow (Three years later version)" by Nathan Scalia
Willow, an apprentice in a very specific type of magic, flees a mob to the safety of the most dangerous entity in her woods.
Kevin Dabramo's picture
"Mindfulness Training " by Kevin Dabramo
A young pastor in between jobs travels to Thailand where his repressed interest in Buddhism and yoga can bloom.
sans's picture
"Paint Lick, KY" by sans
This is a comedic story I wrote quite a while ago about a man and his banjo. The voice is very southern (US) and may not appeal to some readers... I...
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"The Deserters" by Andrew Koury
In a city surrounded by water, a census worker takes it upon himself to find out why the human stoppers have abandoned their post when the Great Dam...

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.