Editor’s note

SHOCKING VERBS, LAWLESS NOUNS will be out in early January and is available for kindle pre-sale now. It is a showcase of writing from the past and present authors of the Bucks County Writers Workshop, a group that had built a reputation for tough but fair critique, fantastic writing, interesting people and support for the... Continue Reading →

Interview with Author River Eno

River is one of the authors I've worked with on The Lost Colony of Roanoke and The Jersey Devil. She is a founding member of our writing collective, Writers Block and a fascinating person. Her contribution to Jersey Devil, "The Unspoiled Harmonious Wilderness" is a unique and beautiful take on the origins of our most... Continue Reading →

The Jersey Devil is Alive!

Or the book is at least. THE JERSEY DEVIL: A COLLECTION OF UTTER SPECULATION is an anthology of five short stories, of various genres, all with a different theory of where the Devil of the Pine Barrens comes from and what he wants. With stories by Melissa D. Sullivan, River Eno, H.A. Callum, Susan Tulio,... Continue Reading →

Interview with Author D R Kinter

*Update: One Tuesday, April 16, 2019, Dan R Kinter passed away after a struggle with cancer. He left behind a legacy of love, support and non-stop jokes. Everyone who knew him had a great story to share about how Dan helped them and made them laugh. Please consider picking up a copy of The Bridges... Continue Reading →

We made a thing!

The Lost Colony of Roanoke: A collection of utter speculation will soon be available on Amazon! Its a collection of four short stories by four authors with different idea of what happened to the lost colonists of the first English colony in America. Its long been a dream of mine to collaborate on a short... Continue Reading →

Interview with author Gary Buehler

I met Gary in my first critique group. The soft spoken gentleman submitted short stories based on his life and transported our group back to a Philadelphia from the past. When I learned he recently published a collection of his short stories, I was excited to get a copy and interview him for the blog.... Continue Reading →

Start encouraging other writers now

Hey. You with the finished novel and the query plan. And you with the agent and the possible interested publisher. Also, you over there who just got smeared on a writing critique website and that chick beside you with the Masters in Creative Writing. All of you, listen up. You might be great. You might... Continue Reading →

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