Prose Writing


Literary Spotlight: Henry Plunkett

Henry Plunkett’s prize-winning story follows an Irishman in Australia, displaced in the country as well as in his own family.

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A Winter Scene

A short, tragic snapshot of a winter day in Ellen Wilbur’s breathtaking piece from WTP Vol. VIII #7.

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Dusting Off. Moving Forward.

Chris Offutt’s Writing Advice

What does Chris Offutt’s memoir, My Father, the Pornographer, have to say about writing and life? Richard Gilbert reviews and reflects.

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Publishing: The Power of Your Own PR

From Randy Ross, how to use special events to your advantage and market your book at live events.

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Literary Spotlight: Stephen Davenport

“We were eager to live vicariously the experiences they would have preferred never to have had.” Stephen Davenport, “Too Young for World War II.”

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Eye on the Indies

Indie Book Reviewer Lanie Tankard reviews poet Richard Newman’s first novel, Graveyard of the Gods.

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Very Latest!

Look for our own first WTP Selected Works edition, and a variety of titles and genres by our very own Woven Tale Press authors.