Prose Writing


On Writing: Letting Go of What’s Next

Nina Badzin questions whether there is a need for a singular “identity” in the life of a working writer.

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BIRDER ON BERRY LANE by Robert Tougias

Robert Tougias catalogues a year of bird encounters in “a delightful memoir about his life as a birder,” illustrated by Mark Szantyr.

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Literary Spotlight: Vincent Mannings

Vincent Mannings’s short story “Jedediah Arkansaugh,” from WTP Vol. VI #4.

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A Writing Retreat: More Than A Creative Writing Tune-Up

A few weeks ago, I had the equivalent of a writer’s meltdown until I made two conclusions, one of which involved meeting a certain person by the name Lise Weil. (You can read about it here).  After talking to her and learning about the writing retreat that she runs a few times a year, I decided
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Book Review: Lonesome Lies Before Us

Editor DeWitt Henry reviews former Ploughshares editor and TINGE Magazine founder Don Lee’s new novel, forthcoming June 2017.

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Sandell Morse

“Hiding,” creative nonfiction by Sandell Morse, appears in WTP Vol. VII #1. Read her essay on her grappling with Jewish history and identity.

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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.