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An Interview with Author Rose Ross

Rose Ross was the first child born in the Neustadt, Germany displaced persons camp (1946). “Growing up in the Bronx, the only child of Holocaust survivors, affected me deeply, filling up my mind and the very air I breathed, ” says Ross. “Their story, and the stories of other survivors, and the second generation of […]

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Now Accepting Short Story Submissions

Now Accepting Open Submissions I’d like to thank all who have entered the short story contest over the past year and a half. We’re going to take a brief break from the monthly contest. Instead, I am accepting short story submissions for publication. Read on for guidelines. Guidelines Stories are to be 1,500 to 3,000 […]

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Now Accepting Short Story Submissions

Now Accepting Open Submissions I’d like to thank all who have entered the short story contest over the past year and a half. We’re going to take a brief break from the monthly contest. Instead, I am accepting short story submissions for publication. Read on for guidelines. Guidelines Stories are to be 1,500 to 3,000 […]

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[Guest Post] Waiting to be Collected by Dorit Oliver-Wolff BEM

Thank you to everyone who submitted work for the May Short Story Contest. The 1st selected featured entry is: Waiting to be Collected by Dorit Oliver-Wolff BEM Dorit Oliver-Wolff is a Serbian Holocaust survivor. She was nine years old when she was liberated at the end of the Second World War. She later became a […]

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Now Accepting Short Story Submissions

Now Accepting Open Submissions I’d like to thank all who have entered the short story contest over the past year and a half. We’re going to take a brief break from the monthly contest. Instead, I am accepting short story submissions for publication. Read on for guidelines. Guidelines Stories are to be 1,500 to 3,000 […]

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An Interview with Author Madilynn Dale

Madilynn Dale is a mixed genre writer based out of Oklahoma US. She is married and has one little boy who is three. Madilynn has a group of rescue pets and she enjoys being outdoors. And is an avid reader and enjoys reading in her downtime.   Q: Can you sum up Releasing Her Power Within in […]

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An Interview with Author Issac Kal

Isaac KalBorn in 1958, he is married and has 4 daughters. Isaac is an international businessman who lives in Toronto Canada.Isaac used to work over 20 years for the Israeli Prime Minister office. In the midst of the Covid-19 closure, the author had plenty of time to go through the photos and documents of his […]

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Now Accepting Short Story Submissions

Now Accepting Open Submissions I’d like to thank all who have entered the short story contest over the past year and a half. We’re going to take a brief break from the monthly contest. Instead, I am accepting short story submissions for publication. Read on for guidelines. Guidelines Stories are to be 1,500 to 3,000 […]

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An Interview with Author Nathan Timmel

Not as serious as Plato, but lighter than Socrates. Not as edgy as Clinton, but livelier than Nixon. Not as heavy as GWAR, but deeper than Culture Club. Nathan has been writing since he could hold a crayon. He has written 3 works of nonfiction; We Are 100 is his first work of fiction. He lives […]

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An Interview with Author Ruth Rotkowitz

Ruth Rotkowitz was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1949 to Jewish Holocaust survivors who fled Vienna, Austria when Hitler came to power. This legacy has informed her research and her writing.Ruth earned a B.A. and M.A. in English and has taught on both the college and high school levels, in New York and New […]

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