Article For Sale

Short Story Contest Entry: Thin Air

Our Writers Forum 2020 Short Story Contest is officially closed. We received two more stories at the September 15 deadline, so we have two more stories to enjoy! The contest judges are hard at work as we speak. Winners will be announced on ...

Fridays With Dale: Too Much Stuff

  Too Much Stuff by Dale Angel I’m approaching the age where people get that disease “Too-much stuff.” It can begin when you find all kinds of leftovers in the fridge brought home from eating out. But that doesn’t concern me as...

Queen’s Letter: If I have to come over there…!

Today we have more words from Writers Forum President and Queen Laura Hernandez. With the COVID-19 numbers back on the rise in California, and with the lack of masks we see around town, it looks like this is going to be a longer ride than w...

Short Story Contest Entry: Election Day

Today we have another entry received for the Writers Forum 2020 Short Story Contest. Since the contest judges are supposed to be judging the entries without knowing who wrote them, the author’s names will be withheld until after the w...

Placeholder

How to prepare for a short story or novel…

Well, I’m kind of old, and started writing my first novel in 1995, so I started doing my research before there was anything much online. I think it’s probably a lot easier (and less expensive) to do basic research now, as so muc...

Writers Contest Entry: Stage Craft

Today we present for your entertainment the first entry received for the Writers Forum 2020 Short Story Contest. Since the contest judges are supposed to be judging the entries without knowing who wrote them, the author’s names will b...

Queen’s Letter: Notevengonnatrytolookupwhatdayitis

This week’s Letter from the Queen highlights some important issues we have to deal with today. Laura’s piece on contact testing and continued social distancing should go viral. It’s that important. And then Laura gives us ...

Richard Matheson: Science Fiction Is Unlimited

This 1956 article by renowned science-fiction writer Richard Matheson explains his thoughts about the limitless possibilities in the genre. By Richard Matheson Writer’s Digest, April 1956 Go ask his ubiquitous majesty—the man in the str...

Limited-Time Offers: Best COVID-19 Deals For Thrifty Students

LAST CHANCE: Check out some of our favorite COVID-19 deals, discounts, and services.  Can you believe the end of the world is finally here? Seth Rogan thought there would be an apocalypse with a dwindling supply of bananas, Rihanna, and th...

25 Best Learning Tools for Students

Our top picks for the best learning tools for students to pick up a new skill, pursue a passion, or make yourself a better fit for a job. There’s never a wrong time to try and better yourself. Thankfully, in this modern age, there are A L...

Page 2 of 1212345...10...Last »

Share on Social Media