Most writers develop their own style editing their work. But one thing you shouldn't be doing is editing while you write your first draft.
Things take on a somber note with this classic poem by Emily Dickinson.
When a man gambles all his money away, he becomes desperate. And a desperate man is always willing to make a deal.
This is the follow up to The Grand Show, and it's twisted in all the best ways.
This is a quick review for The Ghastly Tales Horror Show. Ghastly Tales produces original horror narrations, radio plays, and discussions dripping with atmosphere.
"A guilt-ridden tattooist discovers her clients are being possessed by the tattoos she gave them."
Take a step into the human psyche with this unique poem by LG Rogers.
With political correctness at an all time high, has it gotten to the point where it's hurting the arts? We go over our views on the topic by discussing just how it affects creativity.
How important is inspiration to the writing process? Do you really need to be inspired to become a great writer? Spencer Church gives us his take on the matter.
In Regret by Kate Chopin, we have the theme of loss, loneliness, detachment, commitment, love, independence, and responsibility. Taken from her A Night in Acadie collection the story is narrated in the third person by an unnamed narrator.
As Gregory nears the end of his ordeal, he finds he must fight for his life against creatures more horrible than any he's ever imagined.
Some strange things are happening in the sky. The problem is, who's left to tell the story?
We all need purpose in our lives. But just how important is it?
For this week's Fast and Easy Review we have for you The Shepherd, issues 1-5. The Shepherd is a story of loss and will take you on an emotional roller coaster through the worlds of life and death.
Many writers feel guilty if they take a break from their work. They think it means they aren't being productive or working towards their goals. But breaks are a natural part of the writing process. Here are some reasons why you should embrace the practice of taking breaks from your writing.
This is one of the most famous and recognizable poems ever written by the great Maya Angelou.
In part two of this DPW original fiction series, our protagonist, Gregory Norstrom, finds himself navigating through a nightmare as he gets closer and closer to the entrance of The Bazaar of The Blind.
To escape your place in life, you must have a plan.
An unnamed man of routine goes into his usual after work pit stop. But will he come out this time? Flash Friday fiction piece by Spencer Church.
A group of dishonorable pirates encounter a unknown ship in the middle of the dark waters off the West Indies. What does this ship want? And how can it be so fast?
Are you an aspiring writer who is having a little bit of trouble finding success? Well, these 4 simple tips will help make the process easier.
In part three of our ongoing horror story, Gregory Norstrom has finally entered the Bazaar of The Blind. What awaits him is a world of horror unlike anything he's ever seen.
In this day and age it seems like more and more of us are stuck working awful jobs. Which means it might be hard for us financially to realize our dreams of becoming writers. But there's no reason you can't use your awful job as a way to make your dream of becoming a writer a reality. Find out how with these 5 great tips.
You ever have one of those days where you just want to punch everyone at work in the face? Will has. He's been wanting to for a very long time, too. And today, he's going to do just that.