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  1. Naptown 00 - Introduction 0. Naptown Tales

    By Altimexis, in Non-Fiction. 01/15/2011 (Updated: 01/15/2011)

    Although modern day “Naptown” is very different from Indianapolis in 1972, it's still in the Bible Belt and gay teens face challenges even today. Let me explain what I faced that led me deeply into the closet. (Revised June 18, 2010)

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    Fairy Tales

    By ThePhallocrat, in Fiction. 01/22/2011 (Updated: 01/22/2011)

    A collection of reflections on life, told in the style of children's fairy tales and fables.

  3. Dancing With Fans

    By SCarlin, in Fiction. 09/05/2011 (Updated: 09/05/2011)

    A "Fictory" of life, love and loss in Gay New York 1980-2000.

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    The Phoenix on the Dragon Chair

    By W_L, in Fiction. 06/23/2012 (Updated: 06/23/2012)

    A story about the Chinese Triads, including traditions, customs, and power struggles. This was originally an idea for the Anthology "Choices".

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    Johnathan Colourfield's Writing Exercises

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in Fiction. 06/13/2011 (Updated: 08/05/2011)

    This is going to be where i am going to publish the writing exercizes that i have discovered and been directed to by members and through the Writing Prompts Forum. Enjoy reading my small little tales. I am going to attempt at least four exercises a week for your enjoyment.

  6. Palouse Writing Project

    By rec, in Non-Fiction. 01/15/2011 (Updated: 01/15/2011)

    The Palouse Writing Project is intended to look at the nuts and bolts of writing a novel, Palouse, about the coming of age of and the coming of maturity to a young prodigy musician and the love that grows between him and a young musician.

  7. Apart

    By Nellion Summers, in Fiction. 12/29/2011 (Updated: 12/29/2011)

    A short story about two boys in love and how the world tears them apart.

  8. Plotting with Plugh

    By Lugh, in Writing Tips. 01/01/2012 (Updated: 01/01/2012)

    A very simple plotting method that works for me.

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    The Modern Writer as Performance Artist

    By Libby Drew, in Writing Tips. 01/20/2012 (Updated: 01/20/2012)

    The Writer's Life: A (mercifully) short piece on the evolution of storytelling.

  10. Out of the Ooze

    By Lugh, in Writing Tips. 01/01/2012 (Updated: 01/01/2012)

    A little essay on how I deal with the muse and elusive plots.

  11. Don's Top 10 Writing Tips

    By Don H, in Writing Tips. 01/10/2011 (Updated: 01/10/2011)

    Article from a Signature Author on the top 10 writing tips for online writers.

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    The Writer's Yellow Brick Road: Journey from First to Second Draft

    By Libby Drew, in Writing Tips. 12/23/2011 (Updated: 12/23/2011)

    An article discussing a story's first round of edits.

  13. The Plugh Brainstorming Method

    By Lugh, in Writing Tips. 01/01/2012 (Updated: 01/01/2012)

    The easiest way I've found to brainstorm alone.

  14. The Big Squeeze

    By W_L, in Fiction. 09/22/2012 (Updated: 10/08/2012)

    Three men and their perspectives of the Great Financial Crisis of 2008. Each with their own views and personalities, but sharing one singular event that held the world's breath.

  15. Songs of the Mongoose Tribe

    By Cynus, in Poetry. 05/26/2016 (Updated: 05/29/2016)

    Each of my non-fantasy stories are all set in my own version of the real world. They all play out in their own corners, but they're still connected in a way. One of these ways is music. This is a collection of songs I've written for different musical artists in my literary world. Each chapter will be one song, title first and artist second. Enjoy!

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