Prose Writing

Highlights

Eye on the Indies

“In all these stories, Braverman serves as a megaphone for the overlooked woman.” A GOOD DAY FOR SEPPUKU, reviewed by Lanie Tankard.

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The Four D’s: Part 3 – Depth of Character

A Special Feature Series: See Part 1 and Part 2. Writing craft books and writing teachers will tell you that readers read for character. Indeed, the cornerstone of literary fiction is the complex character study. At a minimum, even the most surface-dwelling, plot-driven genre novel needs engaging characters to carry the story. These characters are
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Interview: CM Taylor

“We are at a profoundly exciting moment in the development of the history of narrative art.” Jo Ely interviews science-fiction writer CM Taylor.

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Quitting Isn’t Complicated

By Sydney Scrogham He left before it rained. He’s across from me on the couch, sitting crisscross applesauce, and he picks at the hem of his brown t-shirt. My hands sandwich between my legs as I bounce my knees up and down against the grey-blue couch cushions—like a butterfly without flight. Shadows from my legs
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SILENCE by Jane Brox

Jane Brox’s latest novel explores the effect of silence in prison and monastic lives to draw conclusions about its effects. “Remarkable both in its evocative research and its lyricism,” WTP prose editor DeWitt Henry reviews.

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Eye on the Indies

Indie Book Reviewer Lanie Tankard reviews Scottish author James Kelman’s Dirt Road, following a father and son’s trip through the US South.

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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.