BREAKING: Video of Devin Nunes defending protestors who yelled the "n-word" at Congressman John Lewis: "I think people have every right to say what they want. If they wanna smear someone, they can do it." Dug up by @TheDemCoalition. Nunes... John Z Retweeted
Democrats would have picked up roughly 16 more House seats in the 2018 midterms if it had not been for partisan gerrymandering around the country, according to a new study by the Associated Press. https://t.co/QreUieIZwJ John Z Retweeted
She Is a Battleground - Lunch TicketOur own magnificent Nancy Au with a new magnificent flash fic publication. Twelve-year-old butter boys face the old Chinese woman they call Baboochka. Imagine: the eighty-year-old woman on their apartment’s shared front stoop, the silver moon caught in her tousled ... 1 Comments
WTAW Press/workshops and classesICYMI: We're so excited for our first class, which you can still sign up for but only through Friday. The course will provide a community of acceptance based on core values of honoring individual expression, using the imagination and creative ...
WTAW PressThere are still openings for this course that begins Jan. 1, 2017. Sign up now and enroll a friend, while you're at it! This will be an amazing experience. This onine course is geared towards everyone who chose “Start writing ...
UNKNOWN CALLER by Debra Spark | Kirkus ReviewsDear fellow writer and workshoppers, you remember craft essays we shared from the amazing Debra Spark and now she's got a new novel out today. She'll be at Why There Are Words Literary Reading Series Oct. 13! An emotional and ... 2 Likes
Timeline PhotosWTAW Press, a nonprofit independent publisher, wants your full-length book manuscripts of prose, all manners of prose. Fic, CNF, Memoir, Essay, etc. Building on the tradition of our award-winning Bay Area reading series, we'll publish those voices that need to ... 2 Likes
Friends of WritersOur own Lauren Alwan! A must-read! An interview with alum Lauren Alwan (fiction, '08) about her 2016 Goldenberg Prize-winning story, "The Foreign Cinema" appears in Bellevue Literary Review: What inspired you to write “The Foreign Cinema”? The story was first ... 1 Likes
MarleneThis is going to be a great evening, writers. I see this as an exchange of important information whether you're looking for an editor, info on how to become an editor, or tips on how to self-edit your work. And ... 1 Comments
Lauren Alwan | Bellevue Literary Review | New York, NYNot to be missed: Lauren Alwan's Q & A on her [gorgeous] award-winning story at Bellevue Literary Review! The story was first written in grad school after I'd heard Pete Turchi's lecture on stories with a short timeframe. I'd been ...