Writing from Life Symbolism and Motif in Your Writing

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From the Editor's Desk 3

Articles

Dating with Non-fiction

Simon Whaley

Carrying the Flame

Susan Skinner

Writing from Life Part 2

Jane Bailey Bain

November eBook offer!

LifeWorks and StoryWorks

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November eBook offer!

Edit is a Four-Letter Word

How I discovered that writing literary fiction with

sex scenes in it is downright screwy!

Amy Aimee

Selling Your Own Stuff

Mercedes Rochelle

The Writing Process—To Plot or Not to Plot

Carolyn Mathews

The Nature of Poetry

Susan Skinner

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Getting Gnomed in Public

Kingsley L. Dennis

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Dreaming of God

Dennis Waite

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Symbolism and Motif in Your Writing

Maria Moloney

The Debut Year

Michael H. Burnam

Writing Dystopian

Roderick Vincent

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Short Fiction

A Curiosity In Venice

Veryan Williams-Wynn

Bittersweet

Annette Oppenlander

Out of the Blue

S. Bee

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Headline Blogging

Peter Bartram

Slave of the Cannibal God

Andrez Bergen

Editing Checklist

Glynis Scrivens

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Regular Features

Contributor's Guidelines 3

Poetry

Margot Burns

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Competitions & Events 42

Spotlight on cover designer Stuart Davies

http://www.stuartdaviesart.com/about.html

In 1971, Stuart left Eastbourne Art College where he studied

fine art, photography, typography, print technology and graphic

design. Recognized for his ability, he worked as a freelancer

with a London-based company which produced ‘legal forgeries’

of well-known masterpieces for discerning collectors who

wanted more than a print. He specialized in Dutch seascapes

and anything by Vermeer (The Girl with the Pearl Earring).

In 1987, he worked on Country Life, for a few months. The

editor was so taken with his illustrative and design work, she

called him back a short while later and offered him the job

of Art Editor and Design Editor. Twelve years later, after winning

a design award for 'Magazine Cover of the Year', he was

offered the job of Art Director on Geographical magazine.

Stuart is passionate about capturing nature's contrasts in a

style that has been described as stunning, magnificent, tonal

impressionism.

https://www.facebook.com/stuartdaviesartist

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