National Poetry Month is in full swing and lots of poets are writing their hearts out in order to get to 30 poems in 30 days. Today, let's take a look at some short-form poems that can help you express your thoughts without taking up your entire day.
We've all be there. You want to write, but nothing is inspiring you. You're not feeling any particular emotion or have been through an exciting or interesting event recently. So what do you write about? The good news is that there is plenty to write about where you least expect it. Here are a few... Continue Reading →
To celebrate Valentine's Day this year, we asked our readers and fans to write a 600-word story to go along with this photo. Here are the entries we received: Love—Don't Leave Home Without It by Tammy Wartell Lynn felt like she was just background noise to the military. Everything else always came first: the mission,... Continue Reading →
Ode to dilapidated digs! The Hampton Roads Writers Association recently challenged readers to write from this house's perspective. Here is a moving poem of persuasion highlighting why this would still make for a good home. Enjoy! This Old House My wood is rotting, and my metal is rusting. The carpet is stained, but the sun... Continue Reading →
Have you ever written a story using an inanimate object as the narrator? We challenged our readers to do just that. Below is one tale told from this house's point-of-view. Abandoned Dreams The fire is getting closer. Sirens howl in the distance, but I doubt they will make it here in time. The flames creep... Continue Reading →