The Value of Taking Your Time Writing by Amber Kim

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Amber Kim, author of “A Tree, a Hope, and a River,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   Crafting metaphors is often used in relation to writing. Authors are “wordsmiths” who “cobble” a story and “spin” a tale. It is obvious how the application of technology has radically changed…

The Time Traveling Lamp by Carlton Herzog

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Cartlon Herzog, author of “And Yet It Moves,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   Like the chicken and the egg, I’m not sure what came first: the sculpture or the story.  In any event, the piece was featured in Trenton New Jersey’s 2018 Art All Night Festival.  As…

Is Your Work Ready for Submission? by Ray Daley

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Ray Daley, author of “Detecting Rogue Time Travellers (Practical Exam),” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   By the time you reach the stage where you are mentally ready & confident enough to start submitting your work to markets, there are a few things you need to have done…

Organic Writing Insights by Jacob Butlett

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Jacob Butlett, author of “The Eastern Lights,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   Along with my family, I boarded the bus heading to Adventureland one early summer morning. As a Creative Writing junior in college at the time, I craved new information about how to write more instinctively…

Timepiece by Maximus Hank

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Maximus Hank, author of “Sunshine, Darkness, Blue Sky, and Others” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   A futile mile. A futile hour. A futile meal. A futile day. Even a sundial would not track the course of this day in the depths of January.  Timepiece was a 2014…

Ever and On Again by Amanda Hard

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Amanda Hard, author of “It’s Always Summer in Our Memory” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   Because I see science fiction as more of a forward-looking genre, I’m intrigued by the current trend of placing time travel stories solidly inside the fantasy category. What is the goal of…

Writing Is Cheaper Than Therapy by Ken Goldman

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Ken Goldman, author of “The Last Days Of Leonard Cross,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   Hello, Transmundaners. I’m Ken Goldman, a former English and Film Studies teacher. I used to teach a course on Horror in Film & Literature, and it was pretty popular at Washington High…

The Flip of a Coin by KA Masters

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from KA Masters, author of “Per Aquas As Astra,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   Aelius’ eyes fixed on the silver medallion that sparkled in his palm. Letting it drop through his fingers, he watched it dangle in the waning sunlight and marveled at the artist’s craftmanship. Two portraits…

The Ravages of Time by Benjamin Blake

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Benjamin Blake author of “Something In The Way,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   Time is a strange thing. It’s not linear. Nowhere close. It can accelerate or decelerate—depending on one’s surroundings. It can stop. And start. And stop again. And each particular period of our lives…

How “Popcorn” Came to Be by Michael J Moore

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Michael J Moore author of “Popcorn,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   My wife’s name is Katherine. She goes by Cait. I call her Kitten. She’s not too keen on getting pretty things because she already has plenty. Cait prefers the type of gifts that are wrapped…