The February theme: How to begin a story/poem.
For the new year, I’ve decided to change my focus for this column. I’ve decided to narrow my scope, and delve more deeply into one literary magazine each month; I want to explore the content that these magazines publish, but even more than that I want to talk about what they stand for, their mission, […]Read more "January: Poetry Picks & Prompts"
TDG editors talk about writers who inspire them.Read more "December – Penned: Interviews with Writers"
A weekly column featuring our favorite poems from recently published lit mags & a related prompt to inspire your writing. This month I’ve selected 3 poems by women, all of them with both a hint of magic and a hint of darkness. I got into a mystical, spectral sort of mood with my reading in […]Read more "November: Poetry Picks & Prompts"
Famous writers respond on how important sense of place is to them.Read more "November – Penned: Interviews with Writers"
It’s that time again! And it has indeed been an eventful month in the area of books. I’ve been scanning through as many articles as I possibly can on the Publisher’s Weekly website, because I’m quite the book article addict (especially the book deals). It’s probably my favourite publishing-related resource. Most notably of all, I’ve read that: […]Read more "October: What Our Editors Are Reading"
The October theme: Why you first sent out for publication.Read more "October – Penned: Interviews with Writers"