Written Tales Publishing Schedule

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The Thing We Never Say

Bradford Gyori is an American writer recently rewilded to the UK. His work has been published in Café Irreal, No Parties Magazine, The Ghost Story and Museums Journal.

Homecoming

Maximilian is a market gardener, fantasy enthusiast, and aspiring fiction writer. His work ranges from high concept epic fantasy to broody, introspective contemporary fiction, and everything in between. He hopes you enjoy reading it as much as he enjoys writing it.

Yesterday

Thompson Emate spends his leisure time on creative writing, particularly poetry and prose. He has a deep love for nature and the arts. His poems can be seen in Poetry Potion, Poetry Soup, Visual Verse, Writers Space Africa magazine and elsewhere. He lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

Roll the Stone Away

Jonathan Chibuike Ukah lives in London with his family. His poems have been featured and will soon be featured in Strange Horizons, The Fairy Tale Magazine, Atticus Review, The Pierian, Ariel Chart International Press, Boomer Literary Magazine, etc. He is a winner of the Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest 2022 and the Alexander Pope Poetry ... Read more

Shake the Wicked Out

Jonathan Chibuike Ukah is a Pushcart-nominated poet living in the United Kingdom. His poems have been featured in literary journals and anthologies, eg, Atticus Review, Written Tales, Unleash Lit and elsewhere. He won the Alexander Pope Poetry Award in 2023 and the Wingless Dreamer Poetry Prize in 2024.

Where Are My Flowers?

Austin J. Fowler is a husband, father, and nonprofit manager from Seattle, WA, US. His short stories have appeared in The Chamber Magazine and Dark Speculations (forthcoming). His favorite tales (to write and read) are dark, speculative, redemptive, and humorous, especially if all at once.

I Sit Apart From You

Jackie Chou is a poet of Japanese short-form poetry and free verses from Southern California. Her collection of poems, Finding My Heart in Love and Loss, can be purchased on Amazon. Besides writing, she loves to watch Jeopardy and talent competitions on TV.

The Way

Luisa Kay Reyes has had pieces featured in "The Raven Chronicles,” “The Windmill,” “The Foliate Oak,” “The Eastern Iowa Review,” and other literary magazines. Her essay, "Thank You,” is the winner of the April 2017 memoir contest of “The Dead Mule School Of Southern Literature.”

Encomium to Low Wage Earners

Andy Oram is a writer and editor in the computer field. His editorial projects have ranged from a legal guide covering intellectual property to a graphic novel about teenage hackers. Print publications where his writings have appeared include The Economist, the Journal of Information Technology & Politics, and Vanguardia Dossier.

humpty dumpty is back

Persis R Singh is a pseudonymous Fiji-born writer. ’No Crying Aloud,’ her first book of poems, was snapped up by a university press a decade ago. Fearful of family backlash, the author decided against publishing at that time.

The Cello Maker

David Andersen is a retired computer systems design engineer. His chapbook story, A Little Kid Remembers WW2, appears in Written Tales Chapbook Volume XI. He is also a former musician, composer and arranger. During a lifetime as a woodworker, he built two harpsichords.

The Old King by the Roadside

Andromeda resides in Houston, TX where she works as a Graphic Designer by trade. Exploring different creative avenues has led her to embrace her love of writing poetry. Her poems have appeared in chapbooks and literary magazines such as Written Tales, Quarter Press, Ink Babies, and online presses like D.U.M.B.O Press.

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