Since launching this very blog in 2003, I’ve discussed a variety of ideas, emotions, experiences – even meals and movies – throughout these endless, electronic pages whose design has changed considerably.
Now, I periodically introduce readers to other voices, be they fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or even photography.
Say hello to the Write Now project.
To submit your manuscripts (and the like) to be considered for publication, send an email to email@example.com. I’m open to all ideas and forms of writing. The more unique and creative, the better.
– Wendy Townley
P.S. Many thanks and well wishes should be paid to Omaha-based graphic designer Lisa Martin, the brainchild behind the Write Now logo. Within days of discussing my idea via Twitter and email, Lisa created this lovely logo with precious little direction and zero ideas from yours truly. (It’s almost as if she read my mind. Scary.)
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Write Now Archive
“The Wrecking Ball” by Corey Morrow – Read now.
“Finding Inspiration at Sea” by Becky Bohan Brown – Read now.
“Home” by Shay Cook – Read now.
“If you don’t laugh, you’ll cry: Dealing with Alzheimer’s” by Danielle Herzog - Read now.
“The Dreamer” by Robert Jefferson – Read now.
“Why Did I Wake Up on Monday?” by Jen McCahill – Read now.
“Meet Malcolm Gladwell” by Sandy Lane – Read now.
“Nerdy-thirty Years of Fashion” by Sally Deskins – Read now.
“A Case for Laceless Shoes” by Dave Terry – Read now.
“I See London … (Or, How I Spent My Summer)” by Jasmine Maharisi – Read now.
“The Story of Fred and Leroy: Our Mom Has Asperger’s Syndrome” by Wendy Hamilton – Read now.
“My Secret Wish” by Jeffrey Koterba – Read now.
“Never Forget You’re Irish” by Chantel Crockett – Read now.
“Somber” by Courtney Allison Brown – Read now.
“Boxed In” by Michael Campbell – Read now.
“The Teacup – An Unfortunate, But True, Story” by Matt Helt – Read now.
“Stress in the City” by Katherine Murphy – Read now.