Celebrating the differences. Acrylic and charcoal on canvas.
A quiet scene from the Reiffel Bird Sanctuary on the Fraser River Estuary, near Vancouver, B.C.
Paintings and sculptures.
Drawing of Garcia Lorca.
White paper clay sculptures, various designs.
Using a tilt-shift lens and post-processing for the colors, I created this photo of a Paris street that looks like a vein of gold.
Assorted paper white clay sculptures.
After the long, cold, dark winters I find the spring so invigorating. I finally started photographing budding flowers and green city views again.
There are 88 Hitler clones in total, every clone being the source material for the subsequent one.
Stunning boat and dock photography.
Photography from around Detroit.
This review looks at Beth Lisick’s forthcoming novel and engages with how Lisick’s title character will speak to the aging non-conformist.
Editor Karen Schauber has put together a fascinating collection of literary stories, all of which were inspired by famous, historic Canadian paintings.
Where Oceans Meet is a book of flash fiction stories that read like poetry.
Review of Ocean Vuong’s debut novel On Earth We Are Briefly Gorgeous
This article is respectfully dedicated to my friend Paul Clements (1964-2017), another good Doctor sorely missed.
I first met Sandra Arnold through a Facebook group, and we became friends, reading each other’s stories and never having met in person.
I would like to introduce Eva Wong Nava, a very talented writer, contributor to Literary Heist, and novelist.
Flare Up! Written by: Gary Beck
Review by: Rhonda McClam
Why Writing Groups Work
Jumping off the Stanley Bridge in to the bay, Stanley Bridge, Prince Edward Island.
Nick Hornby, best known for his memoir Fever Pitch and his novels High Fidelity and About a Boy, all of which were adapted into feature films.
Togetherness, love, and hope flourish within an abandoned neighborhood.
In this vignette, the teen discovers his courage and overcomes his life-long shame when he plunges off a quarry ledge to save his chief tormentor
Papa Razzi takes my photo; he takes so much more than a photo.
The frustrations of shopping for the perfect family.
A story about a young couple on vacation who discover that the world is not as nice as they thought.
Generations collide, minds are open, and stereotypes are vanquished, inside the crossroads of The Golden State.
“I’ll run errands after the meeting,” Sybil said, as she stood in the kitchen doorway,“ so I’ll see you this afternoon.”
A tree grows in a woman’s house and she struggles to get it outside.
They have all been gathered. It is time to name a killer or two. The only problem is the killer has already been named or has she?
In the tradition of “Twilight Zone,” we read about Tony the trucker and his quest to get home in time for Christmas.
History provides a pathway to cultural self discovery in San Francisco Bay.
Taking the Long Way Home chronicles her mother’s life and long fall into dementia.
A narrative persona poem of young love and human callousness.
A poem about life on hands and knees
To a vilified outcast who ricocheted into self-destruction.
Happens when you least expect it.
The distracted driver blabbing on his phone
A poem about a cheap vacation.
Woman in Phone Booth riffs, like an extended sonnet, on an imagined photograph.
In all this red gore, suffering
and servitude oozing across
Tyranny Tastes Terror.
Reactionary Roars Resound
Stripped of all the colors that create me,
Bare as the bones beneath my skin
This poem hopes to combine compression with metaphors that achieve a resonance so as to offer the reader a trip into the indefinite.