Darkness – Emily K. Seaver

With vivid imagery told through an initially simple piece, the talented Emily K. Seaver really evokes passion and feeling. Enjoy! She loved the confines of the nightWhere stars and moonlight showed so brightWhere monsters crept and shadows roaredAnd stars pierced dark skies like a swordWith wind-whipped hair, she smiled at the moonWhile wind-whipped leaves whisperedContinue reading “Darkness – Emily K. Seaver”

Let’s Live Today- Mahira P.

There comes a time in everyone’s life where we can become overwhelmed by what we see going on around us. Let’s Live Today is a piece that dives into one such moment and the hope the writer found within it. Enjoy! Through closed windows I see the world, I see misery, hardship and the sufferingContinue reading “Let’s Live Today- Mahira P.”

Call for Submissions & Free Printables

Happy New Year. It’s winter, and that means our next quarterly issue is coming up. Here’s all the details about how to submit for the Winter 2020/2021 issue, plus a few free editing posters just for fun. Call for Submissions Our Winter 2020/21 issue is coming up. Send in your work to be featured. TheContinue reading “Call for Submissions & Free Printables”

Call for Submissions: Fall 2020

Submissions are open for our Fall 2020 issue. If you’re a young writer, we can’t wait to see your piece. Submit by 11/02/20, and your piece will automatically be considered for our official fall issue. Whether or not your piece is accepted to the issue, you’ll get a chance for publication on our site. WhatContinue reading “Call for Submissions: Fall 2020”

8 Ways to Outline a Story

Sometimes it’s difficult to know where to start when you’re coming up with a short story or novel. Creating an outline is the best way to compile your ideas into a cohesive story. We’ve put together 8 different ways to outline. In this list, you should be able to find the perfect method for outliningContinue reading “8 Ways to Outline a Story”

8 Types of Poetry

There are so many types of poetry sometimes it’s difficult to know what you’re writing or where to start. Learn all about 8 common types of poetry and how to write them. Haiku The haiku is a traditional Japanese style of poetry. These poems usually have three lines. They have 5 syllables in the firstContinue reading “8 Types of Poetry”