Writers’ Jokes: Writers Living it up!
So, who told you that writers don’t have fun or make fun of themselves? That person is wrong! Writers do have fun! They make fun of their art. They jest fellow writers, and they laugh at adjectives. We have compiled 36 writing and writer-quotes, just…
A Short Story By Stephanie Asanya
Vanity by Stephanie Asanya takes us into a plane crash to show us a father and child, a foremost icon, and two business partners on a trip for an important business meeting. In the story, the narrator seemed to ease into fate, but do the other characters…
Three Poems By Inimfon Inyang-Kpanantia
Inimfon Inyang-Kpanantia pours himself unreservedly into these three poems; “sky as a portrait of rebirth”, “Papa”, and “Three Dreams and a Thing or Two on an Entomology”. It is such a delight to share these beautiful poems because they are so personal, yet so relatable….
13+ Opportunities For Writers in June 2022
June is the sixth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the first month of summer. The name is all about summer and sunny days. It comes from the ancient Roman mythological goddess Juno, who was a powerful influencer and was considered…
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: ‘IDENTITY’ — CỌ́N-SCÌÒ MAGAZINE ISSUE 2, VOL 1, JULY 2022
The theme of this issue is Identity. we seek submissions (stories, poems, essays, art & photographs) that set us apart and yet give us a sense of community. CỌ́N-SCÌÒ MAGAZINE is accepting original poetry, prose (fiction and non-fiction), art, and photography for Issue 2/Volume 1…
One Poem By Judith Maikaho
Judith Maikaho, through her poem “Before It’s Too Late,” views the world through eco-critical lenses. Her poem is cautionary because it sends a strong warning note to all abusers of Earth and Mother Nature. I am very happy to share this work with you. Kwaghkule,…
One Poem by Agboola Abidemi Kaothar
“Mystery” by Agboola Abidemi Kaothar puzzles the reader with philosophical submissions. It presents what often was thought of but was never so well expressed as Alexander Pope puts it “…how water finds serenity in the stomach of a coconut is a mystery…” It is an…
5 Experiences Every Writer Looks Forward to and How to Help
Have you got some writers in your corner, and you’re wondering, ‘what do these weirdos want?’ Contributing Editor, Kasim Shalom made a list of 5 experiences every writer looks forward to and how you can help them get those experiences. As writers, there are over…
One Poem By Liberian Poet, Aloysius S. Harmon Jr
In “Essay of a Broken Boy,” Aloysius S Harmon Jr writes in a melancholic tone that evokes sadness and provokes reflection. He narrates the misery that befalls victims of war and the suffocating uncertainties the survivors must deal with. In this poem, a broken boy…
One Poem By Anderson Moses
Anderson Moses has succeeded in breaking conventionalism in traditional poetry. His poem “I will Re-teach my Tongue how to Remember a Boy” is brewed with originality by which a modern but old story of sadness, grief, and pain is unveiled with mastery. Kwaghkule, Jacob –…
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my poem "A Travelogue: The Grief & Ruins Outside our Walls" is now published on Eboquills. @eboquills
click link to read full poem 🖤🥂https://eboquills.com/2022/05/20/one-poem-by-olowo-qudus/
Check out this list of #opportunities for #writers (see link). The #deadlines are in May 2022, so roll up your sleeves and get to work.
Best wishes! https://eboquills.com/2022/05/07/opportunities-for-writers-with-deadline-in-may-2022/