Excerpt of Blackwood Chronicles: Inock Tehan and the Phantom of the Ruins By A. A. Wise

Meet Allan Andrew Wise Allan Andrew Wise (A. A. Wise), born in Uganda, East Africa, moved to England as a young boy. His interest in fantasy literature appeared at a young age and he has been devouring fantasy novels ever since. Allan’s first book, Inock Tehan and the Phantom of the Ruins, was published by... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: “Self-Publishing: How I Came Full Circle” by Elana A. Mugdan

Meet Elana A. Mugdan. Elana A. Mugdan is an author and semi-retired filmmaker based in New York City. She has received many accolades in the film industry, including a number of awards for her feature film Director's Cut, which she wrote, directed, and produced by herself. Currently she is working with a production company in... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: “The growth of opportunities for experimental writing” by streetcake magazine

Meet streetcake.Nikki and Trini have been running streetcake magazine for over 10 years. They publish experimental writing every 3 months. In 2019, they launched the streetcake experimental writing prize for 18-26 year olds, supported by ACE. The Guest Post.Back in 2008, streetcake began as a response to limited outlets for experimental writing at that time.... Continue Reading →

Guest Post: “AN INDIE AUTHOR’S JOURNEY: I’m A Small Fish in A Big Pond” by Donna L. Martin

Meet Donna L. Martin. International best selling, award-winning author, Donna L Martin, has been writing since she was eight years old. She is a 4th Degree Black Belt in TaeKwonDo by day and a ‘ninja’ writer of children’s picture books, chapter books, young adult novels and inspirational essays by night. Donna is a BOOK NOOK... Continue Reading →

Witch-y Wednesday: Poem – “In This One, The Bus Stop Becomes a Coven”

Meet Shani Carrington. Shani Carrington is a 22 year old, black, first generation American, born and raised in Philadelphia. Having recently graduated from Arcadia University with a BA in English literature and a minor in Pan-African studies, she is currently taking a gap year before attending law school next fall. As a poet, she has... Continue Reading →

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