Should Writers ‘Write What [They] Know?’ by Rebecca Rowland

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Rebecca Rowland, author of “The Found Boys,” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME. It was January, one of the cruelest months in New England. The temperatures had been hovering in the teens most nights, and like other Massachusetts residents, I was turning up my thermostat and having second thoughts…

What Burned Away by Sarah Lyn Eaton

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Sarah Lyn Eaton author of “The Last Seven Tribes of Ketchari,” which is featured in our new anthology ON FIRE, out now. The morning of the accident, I sent out three submissions, increasing my productivity. I was selling stories, and I could see a clear path before me towards my goal….

Floating Feet of Clay by Ali Abbas

“And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by,” From Sea Fever by John Masefield There is a romance to the age of the tall ships, a time of courage and skill, with the excitement of exploration and discovery. Peril, whether from privation, the sea itself, or pirates, was…