Prose Writing


Literary Spotlight: Robin van Eck

Robin van Eck’s “Nicky Nicky Nine Doors,” from September’s WTP magazine.

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Erin Clossey: 45th Anniversary Ploughshares

Guest editors have included Nobel Prize-winning poet Seamus Heaney, Pulitzer Prize–winner Elizabeth Strout, and National Book Award winners Terrance Hayes and Lauren Groff.

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The Four D’s: Part 2 – What is Depth?

A Special Feature Series: See Part 1 here. Resonant stories have depth. Forgettable stories don’t. Literary fiction, for example, takes us deep into the lives of characters and creates complex stories that touch upon the human condition. A good literary novel may resonate with the reader long after the book is finished. Genre fiction, many
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Philip Lawton

Philip Lawton’s personal essay, “Learning by Heart,” from June’s Woven Tale Press magazine.

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WTP Writer: Lynn Casteel Harper

Lynn Casteel Harper on her experiences with dementia and spirituality and how they inform her writing.

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Description Brings the Past to Life

Elizabeth Gauffreau’s unobtrusive description brings the past to life “so vividly that the story seems like her own recollected experience” in TELLING SONNY.

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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.