This month, our theme is on Johnny Appleseed, who in another age, would have been considered a saint.Read More
Your challenge is to write a poem of any kind, from sonnet to free verse, of 19 lines or less, or a flash fiction story of less than 300 words around:
Eros, the most beautiful of the Primordial Gods
Golden-Winged Eros, Child of Primordial Night
Son of Aphrodite and Ares, Archer of Love and Hate
The Truth About St. Valentine
A Valentine for Someone Real, Imaginary, or Status Unknown
A small collection of my short and flash fiction to help raise your spirits and keep you entertained in long lines and commutes. Stories range from fantasy to soft science fiction. Download for free this December from Apple...Read More
Whether pride or individual, you’re free to introduce us to the spacey ones (even alien), the wild ones who scare off bogeys and rule the forests, the familiars and shape-shifters, their hedgewitches and covens, and those who’ll never miss a good trick or treat.Read More
Now, I know time’s at a crunch these days, so make sure your entry packs a punch!
There are two poems below from the masters to inspire you and two more that I wrote for you to beat. We challenge you to do much better!
My poem: “The Edge of Galaxy NGC
4013” will be appearing in Speculative North magazine in the near future.
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