🙂 This is a great place for your art (whether written, drawn, painted, or photographed) to find a home!
This is a work of sheer beauty. A must read. Visit ‘Color me in Cyanide and Cherry,’ you won’t regret it. 🙂
*Image found HERE
*Written originaly on Serbian
I have no sovereign
no prayer or a pitcher.
my bones are brittle,
my soul fades under the streetlight,
forgive me –
of angles and flesh
I lay this ribcage accordion!
Speak to me!
Or the night will pull out your tongue
and plant it between my knees
for poppies to grow;
to court me.
I am a recitation of ash;
my eyes were once a train station
that stretched and curved
until it disappeared in the ocean.
The mermaids sold their harps,
I have no sisters
no queens or mistresses.
Resolve me like a silhouette into your breath,
the Moon taps the stars
as if they were drums;
your kind calls it
Do not ask of me
furs and stalagmites
nor mismatched wings;
not even a name I have!
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Good morning, Everyone!
Today I’d like to talk a little bit about inspiration. More-so, about people that inspire me, and with luck hopefully they inspire you too! Continue reading
This is a fantastic article by a friend of mine. If you’ve ever been curious about the differences in publishing or about the divide between the two, this is a must read.
First and foremost, I’d like to start by wishing you all a Happy New Year! I hope these first few days of 2014 are treating everyone well- better than well, I hope this year is treating you awesome so far! And I sincerely hope it continues to do so throughout. 🙂 Continue reading
Found this bit of coolness! I’ve read close to half of the authors on this list. With some of them I read a different work by the author, and it was good stuff. I wish I had read more of them, but now I have a goal!
Now let the arguing begin…
The list below contains 100 pieces of short fiction – short stories, novelettes and novellas – by women writers, published between 1927 and 2012. Each author appears only once. The stories are by no means the best by each writer. In most cases, I’m simply not familiar enough with an oeuvre to choose the best; in other cases, I’ve picked a story I’ve read and thought good, and yes, there are a few of my favourite stories in the list too. I’ve not read them all – some came from suggestions on Twitter or on an earlier post on this blog (many thanks to all who contributed), others I took from various award lists or Year’s Best TOCs. One or two fantasy stories might have sneaked through the net, because I couldn’t find copies to read and check. However, the list should all be science…
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I don’t think I’ve ever been so excited!!! Continue reading