Online Zoom Writers Group This Monday – RSVP On Meetup – Writers Critique Circle and Craft Discussion -Analyzing Ray Bradbury Short Story ‘The Fog Horn’

https://www.meetup.com/The-Monarch-Writers/events/283341093/ - Please RSVP to Be Sent Zoom Link Join our handful of regular Monarch Writers if you are feeling adventurous and RSVP and Zoom In for this discussion this Monday at 6pm, January 23rd, for a couple of hours till around 8pm. https://www.warrenhills.org/cms/lib/NJ01001092/Centricity/ModuleInstance/1185/The_Foghorn_story.PDF https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PondUxL_uCX06T1yQSHHPLSCmihHbkmMBXgbf-sJ3EE/edit?usp=sharing - The Story and Its Writer - Intro Chapter -... Continue Reading →

10/31/2021 – 11/07/2021 Weekly Poem – [Pindar says the poets must guard the apples of the muses] – by Antonella Anedda

[Pindar says the poets must guard the apples of the muses]by Antonella Anedda Published in the Paris Review - Issue no. 231 (Winter 2019) Pindar says the poet must guard the apples of the Muses like a dragon, but I grew up among Christians,I pierced my dragon side by scraping off the scalesthe way I clean... Continue Reading →

10/24/2021 – 10/31/2021 Weekly Poem – Vanilla Boy – by Tadeusz Dabrowski

Vanilla Boyby Tadeusz Dabrowski Published in The Paris ReviewIssue no. 219 (Winter 2016) Sadomasochistic rain in Leipzig. It slaps the sidewalks.It sticks its fingers down their drains. It relieves itselfin the city center, then washes away the evidence, so thaton Monday the boss won’t notice anything. But the boss is no better, he beats his... Continue Reading →

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