Reviewed by Mark Kodama I just finished reading the Inner Circle Writers’ Magazine’s debut edition released by Clarendon Publishing House in February, 2019. It is the best single magazine edition I have ever read on the craft of writing. The magazine was written by the Inner Circle Writers’ Group and edited by Grant P. Hudson. … Continue reading Short Story Lovers: the Inner Circle Writer’s February Magazine is Full of Fresh, Exciting Stories
In celebration of recent African literary history, here's a list of the top five most influential African writers you need to know. Africa has no shortage of influential writers though, so the five chosen here are in now way an exhaustive list. Feel free to add your favorite African writer in the comments! Frantz Fanon … Continue reading 5 Influential African Writers You Never Learned About in School
Greg Talbot (G. D. Talbot) started writing 6 years ago and quickly discovered that a lot of Christians were looking for exciting, mysterious, and intriguing stories. While filling this need he’s also put in some modern day societal problems like racism into his stories. Facebook Twitter I write mostly Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy but I have, and will … Continue reading Profile: G.D. Talbot
Simi Sunny is from Philadelphia, and is a published author of several novels. She has five solid years of creative writing experience, and published her first novel at 18. She loves writing, but she also loves to read. She enjoys watching anime and drawing anime-like characters when she isn't preoccupied by a story. IG: simisunny18 … Continue reading Profile: Simi Sunny
Very rarely can you come across a unique piece like “The Vulnerables”. The Rapper who goes by Lafu Maton brought us to a new level of a dark, soul-crunching experience, which truly showcases the level of beauty and capability of musical expression. A special take on poetry and hip-hop, “The Vulnerables” is a song that explores on music format, pushes boundaries with lyrical content and expresses creativity in production.