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WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction
December, 2012

WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Good For Darren Frost
For as long as he can remember, Darren Frost has been saying, "Good for me!" But now, given his sharper writing edge and some L.A. jive he can say, "Good for you!"
By Diego X. Jesus


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Elementary Creative Writing
As a writer, the elementary school teacher needs to acquire a great deal of creative skill to deftly craft a piece of writing as ambiguous and equivocal as a report card.
By Alison Tharen


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Setting The Setting
Too much detail and the setting will become too intellectually bulky and cumbersome to effectively start a story.
By Eliott Fields


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Working Blue 401
Rick Shapiro’s blackened worldview since he kicked mean a heroin habit is coloured by an endless recollection of his wretched past.
By Diego X. Jesus


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

You’ve Got Rejection!?
Anne AllenNobody in the book business has time to glance at a “slush pile," so sending unrequested manuscripts is a waste of time.
By Anne R. Allen


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

The Best Revenge (Excerpt)
"Violet pours the sherry. 'You gotta learn how to live well, hon,' she says. 'Living well is the best revenge. That’s what they say.'”
By Anne R. Allen


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Alan Park Barks Political
You could call Canadian stand-up comic Alan Park a thinking man's comic, but he probably would eschew it for "writer's comic."
By Diego X. Jesus


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

The Best Topics Are Among Us (Kid's Lit)
It's not necessary to look any further than your living room to find fodder for children's stories -- just have a happy ending.
By T.E. Watson


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

The Feather River Adventure (Excerpt - Kid's Lit)
"Jacob sat with Emily in his lap for much of the night, while he looked to the stars and asked for his little girl to be spared."
By T.E. Watson


WRITER'S LIFE
Fiction

Groucho Manifesto
AnneEvery writer has to deal with a Groucho Marxist, they seem to zero in on fiction and are compelled to trash your work.
By Anne R. Allen





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