Written Tales Publishing Schedule

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Among a Thousand Islands

Free Verse Poem by Reed Venrick Reed Venrick is a south-Florida writer, usually writing and publishing CNF and poems with themes of nature and aesthetics.

Melancholia Street

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

Fissured Life Yet Reason to Hope

Acrostic Poem by Gurupreet K Khalsa Gurupreet K. Khalsa, a current resident of Alabama, considers connections, space, time, reality, illusion, and possibility. She holds a Ph.D. in Instructional Design and is a part time instructor in graduate education programs. Her work has appeared in multiple journals; many poems have received awards.

I Don’t Regret

J.B. Polk, born in Poland, has embraced a global identity by choice. Her literary journey began with the short-listing of her first story for the Irish Independent/Hennessy Awards in Ireland in 1996. After returning to the world of fiction writing in 2020, she has achieved remarkable success, with over 80 of her stories, spanning across ... Read more

Elephants and Donkeys How to Win and How to Lose

Poem by Thomas Harrison Humphreys Thomas Harrison Humphreys, with a BS from the University of Lynchburg, is a history teacher in a small village who loves to talk to his students of literature. Thomas has been published in Westward Quarterly, Poetry Quarterly, Writers and Readers Magazine, Copperfield Review Quarterly, Written Tales and Mystic Publishers.

The Young Star

Poem by Douglas Colston Douglas Colston is from Australia, has played in Ska bands and picked up university degrees, supported his parents during terminal illnesses, experiences debilitating mental and physical illnesses, married his love, fathered two great children and had his inheritance embezzled. His writing is intended to contribute positive to the zeitgeist.

Oblivion

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, Writer Space Africa magazine and ScribesMICRO. He lives in Lagos, Nigeria.

On Such Tracks

Poem by Thomas Harrison Humphreys Thomas Harrison Humphreys, with a BS from the University of Lynchburg, is a history teacher in a small village who loves to talk to his students of literature. Thomas has been published in Westward Quarterly, Poetry Quarterly, Writers and Readers Magazine, Copperfield Review Quarterly, Written Tales and Mystic Publishers.

Wishing for Rain

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

War & Peace

Poem by Spondon Ganguli Spondon Ganguli started his journey of authorship in the year 2019 with the book ‘Forgotten Love Unforgotten Love’. Let Me Hold Your Hand, Do Not Leave Me and Whispers of Realms are a few books of him. His works are also a part of anthologies across the globe –The Great Indian Anthology, ... Read more

Wishbone

Short Story by Billie-Leigh Burns Billie-Leigh Burns is a writer from Liverpool. Her short stories and flash fiction have been featured in 50 Word Stories, Fictionette, and Naked Cat Lit Magazine. She is also a self-employed bookkeeper, making her the only writer she knows with an 'I Heart Spreadsheets' mug.

Feast of the Melancholics

Cheryl Atim Alexander (she/her) is an Afro-Greek woman currently located in the US. She is a multi-genre writer and has been published in Decolonial Passage, Wilderness House Literary Review, Written Tales Magazine, Moon Shadow Sanctuary Press and Kalahari Review. She was also recently nominated for Best of the Net 2024.

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