by Courtney Harler Source link J. Ray Paradiso is a recovering academic in the process of refreshing himself....
by Josh Machado Halcro Source link Raptor Ray by Brent Reilly is an eccentric show of imagination. It opens on the strange birth of Ray, the poor scaly dino-kid doomed to ridicule, and it gets stranger and stranger from there on out, telling a story that blends together a huge
by terribleminds Source link When dragons rise from the earth, firefighters are humanity’s last line of defense, in this wild near-future fantasy. Firefighter Cole Brannigan is on the verge of retirement after 30 years on the job, and a decade fighting dragons. But during his final fire call, he discovers
by Michael Davis Source link Years ago, when I was in law school, I had a curious experience, one that has recently echoed back to me from the son of a friend coming to the end of his 1L. I would attend classes for about 5-6 hours a day, then spend
by JW Source link The useless days will add up to something. The shitty waitressing jobs. The hours writing in your journal. The long meandering walks. The hours reading poetry and story collections and novels and dead people’s diaries and wondering about sex and God and whether you should shave
by David Safford Source link The Spring Writing Contest is coming soon! If you haven’t heard of them, the Write Practice’s seasonal writing contests are a great opportunity to get published and possibly win fame and (a small) fortune. Perhaps you’ve entered before, but haven’t found the winner’s circle. Rejection