Category: Authors Supporting Authors

How do You Self-Publish a Poetry Book?

Jude, one of our challenge participants, asked me a valuable question. He wanted to know how to self publish a poetry book. (If you have had novel experiences publishing your poetry book, please share in the comments). This is a brilliant question! I usually… Continue Reading “How do You Self-Publish a Poetry Book?”

AND The 2020 Carrot Ranch Writing Rodeo’s first event Winner is:

Originally posted on Allusionary Assembly:
Today, with distinct pleasure, I announce the winners of the Carrot Ranch’s 20202 Writing Rodeo Event #1 which I had the honor of organizing. Eighteen brave souls saddled up, lassoed 99 words, and created brand new folk lore type…

Special Supporters Series: Interview with Colleen M. Chesebro | Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal

At Auroras & Blossoms, we could not thrive without the support of friends, artists and donors. We are very grateful for you and want to support you back in our own way. We have a new series called “Special Supporters”. Once in a while,… Continue Reading “Special Supporters Series: Interview with Colleen M. Chesebro | Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal”

Meet poet and author D. Avery plus review

Originally posted on Writing to be Read:
Treasuring Poetry Today, I am delighted to welcome poet and author D. Avery. Ms Avery is the creator of the fun and well-known characters Kid and Pal who frequent Carrot Ranch Literary Community She also has her…

#FAIRY #TAROT #FRIDAY: September 4, 2020

Welcome to Fairy Tarot Friday. Each Friday I’ll share a card from either the Fairy Tarot deck by Doreen Virtue & Radleigh Valentine, or from the Inspirational Visions Oracle deck by Judy Mastrangelo. As usual, I’ll share a bit of poetic inspiration to go… Continue Reading “#FAIRY #TAROT #FRIDAY: September 4, 2020”

“The Lemon Queen Festival,” #flashfiction

The Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction challenge for August 27, 2020, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story that features Lemon Queens. Maybe it’s an ancient fairy tale or a modern brand name. What ideas seep into your imagination? Is there… Continue Reading ““The Lemon Queen Festival,” #flashfiction”

D. G. Kaye’s Sunday Book Review – Too Much and Never Enough by Mary L. Trump

D. G. Kaye, aka Debby Gies, has written a riveting book review! I think it’s important to share the facts, whether you accept the politics or not. It’s something for all of to think about. Click the link below to read Debby’s review. I’ve… Continue Reading “D. G. Kaye’s Sunday Book Review – Too Much and Never Enough by Mary L. Trump”

“Map to Love,” #KindKu

I can’t help myself. I’ve got to try this KindKu poetry form again from the Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal. Click the link to find the challenge #4 writing prompt. Of course, I’ve combined it with my own Tanka Tuesday challenge where the theme… Continue Reading ““Map to Love,” #KindKu”

First Flight, #flashfiction

The August 13, 2020, Carrot Ranch Literary Community Flash Fiction prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about a first flight. It can be anything or anyone that flies. What is significant about the first? Go where the prompt leads!… Continue Reading “First Flight, #flashfiction”

“You Can’t Go Home Again,” #Senryu

Aishwarya, from Kitty’s Verses, picked an excellent photo for this month’s photo prompt. There is so much to write about. I chose to write a senryu this week. Senryu are untitled, but for this challenge we use titles to keep our posts straight. I… Continue Reading ““You Can’t Go Home Again,” #Senryu”

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