Experimental fiction is a hot topic in contemporary literary magazines. This new concept has a modern, cutting-edge sensibility that puts the genre at the center of conversations about what fiction can (and can’t) do. At Writer’s Relief, we know editors love...
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You’ve probably heard the term “puppy mill”: It refers to irresponsible breeders bringing puppies into the world in huge numbers without properly caring for them. You may also have heard of a “diploma mill”: an unaccredited college or university handing out “degrees”...
Fans of Jane Austen know that the beloved novelist who gave us some of the world’s greatest romance stories died unmarried. But as a teen, did she harbor hopes for a love match for herself? According to the Huffington Post: Austen, who never married and died at...
The Oxford English Dictionary stays current and relevant by adding new words every year. Here are just a few of this year’s entries! How many do you know? Hot Mess Totes Birdhouse Catnap Declutter Jeggings Meh Sexting Retweet Twerking And many more! QUESTION: Which...
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