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What Doesn’t Belong

What Doesn’t Belong

What Doesn’t Belong Take away What doesn’t belong Take away What doesn’t fit Write down these words The poem must rip Cut off its edges Let the mind trip Talk about truths Hidden in lies Tear it all up Route out the spies Talk about traitors Lying in wait Screaming obscenities Exposing our fate The […]

E.L. James and The Twitter Lynch Mob That Descended Upon Her

E.L. James and The Twitter Lynch Mob That Descended Upon Her

Not so long ago, a literary phenomenon took place. Perhaps it was one that many writers and would be writers couldn’t understand but it was a phenomenon nevertheless. A woman wrote some “Fan Fiction”, presumably for her own amusement, and published it on her blog. It was so popular that someone — or perhaps many […]

An Adventure In Literature: What I Learned Over 20 Years Of Traveling The Path Of Indie Lit

An Adventure In Literature: What I Learned Over 20 Years Of Traveling The Path Of Indie Lit

It’s been nearly 20 years since the release of my first official book – a poetry chapbook called Standing On Lorimer Street Awaiting Crucifixion (Alpha Beat Press). That was 1996. Was a very different world then. There was no such thing as social media: no Facebook, no Twitter, no YouTube, Instagram, or any of the […]

Fear and Loathing in #Tudor England #Characters Sunday Edition 1

Fear and Loathing in #Tudor England #Characters Sunday Edition 1

Nancy Bilyeau is the author of an award-winning trilogy of historical thrillers set during the reign of Henry VIII – The Crown, The Chalice, and The Tapestry. I sent her one question after reading her books…how did you develop the character of Joanna Stafford, an imaginary Catholic novice during the historical era which witnessed the […]

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