Writers Helping Writers : From The Workshop

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"Road Warrior Maxima" by Einherjar
This is my best current stab at the flash fiction format. It is set in the nearish future, on the west coast of what was America.
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"Up On The Avondale Tracks" by Kedzie
Snakes, street gangs, rumbles, robberies, blue nicotine and bailouts. Wondering if the structure works.
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"The Sins Of My Father" by S Brophy
Set in Ireland, a young man struggles to shake off the reputation of his dead father. Harassment by a local cop puts him over the edge.
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"Black Martin Was Supposed To Hang" by Dick_Sloth
Is there really such a thing as justice?
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"Jack" by Hannagie
A mentally challenged, schizophrenic boy is on a road that never changes.

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.