Category: OWS Features

Memoir: Christmas 2009 by Tara Roberts
December 27, 2015 Featured Poetry and Shorts Stephanie Ayers

We continue Our Write Side Family Christmas this weekend, sharing a short Christmas memory from our talented photographer and resident word hoarder, Tara Roberts. Tara Roberts (pronounced Tar-ah and with a southern drawl) lives and plays on the Florida Gulf Coast. A former print news and online media reporter, she now spends her days roaming
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Short Story: Loving Stitches by Wendy Strain
December 26, 2015 Featured Poetry and Shorts Stephanie Ayers

Christmas is a special time of year for all of us here at Our Write Side. Last week, our CEO shared a funny spin on The Night Before Christmas with you. Today, our social media and marketing manager, Wendy Strain, shares a short story  called Loving Stitches with you. Wendy Strain explores the imagination as
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An Our Write Side Family Christmas
December 25, 2015 Featured Poetry and Shorts Stephanie Ayers

Enjoy this little collaboration from the team to the tune of “12 Days of Christmas.” Here’s an instrumental to help you. An Our Write Side Family Christmas On the first day of Christmas, Our Write Side family together wrote some poetry. On the second day of Christmas, Our Write Side family did 2 columns edits, and together
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Poetry: Twas the Week Before Christmas by Stephanie Ayers
December 19, 2015 Featured Poetry and Shorts Stephanie Ayers

Today, I’m sharing a twist I wrote on the old “Twas the Night Before Christmas.” My daughter is older now, but her younger sibling is just starting these things, so it still has a ring of truth to it. Besides, it’s a funny and totally appropriate poem for the holiday. Without further ado, I bring
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Poetry: His Masterpiece by Kimberlee Schmitz
December 6, 2015 Featured Poetry and Shorts Stephanie Ayers

From time to time, one of us will come across something on Facebook and fall in love with it. This guest post is one such example. This poet is a Starving Poets poet of the week, Kimberlee Schmitz. Today’s entry is one of her works of poetry. Kimberlee Schmitz is a new poetess from Westchester, New York.
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December Poet of the Month: Eric Keizer
December 5, 2015 Press Releases Stephanie Ayers

Our intent is to make writers of all forms and genres—from non-fiction to poetry to flash to novelists to short story, essay, and fiction, etc.— feel at home. This is why we decided to scour the internet and honor one deserving poet a month. Since Eric Keizer is one of our own, it would make
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December Author of the Month: Cameron Garriepy
December 1, 2015 Press Releases Stephanie Ayers

We call this site “Our Write Side” because that’s what it really is. We want you to meet and mingle, find great new reads, a new author, maybe even a guiding light. We want to pay it forward to the same writing community that has treated us with such love and support. This is why
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Poetry: Crushing by A.L. Mabry
November 21, 2015 Featured Poetry and Shorts Stephanie Ayers

From time to time, one of us will come across something on Facebook and fall in love with it. This guest post is one such example. Today’s poet is one of our own, our Executive Editor, A. L. Mabry, in fact. She is a jill of many colors, especially when it comes to writing, and
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Poetry: Imaginarium by Eric Keizer
November 14, 2015 Featured Poetry and Shorts,OWS Features Stephanie Ayers

From time to time, one of us will come across something on Facebook and fall in love with it. This guest post is one such example. Today’s poet is one of our own, Professor Eric Keizer, our  Teacher Tales columnist here. He writes a lot of poetry and has actually put two books of poetry together
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Mother Spider Publishing
November 7, 2015 Affiliates,Press Releases Stephanie Ayers

We are pleased to announce our affiliation with Mother Spider Publishing. We search daily for publishing companies we could work with to offer our community something more. With a diverse literary branding, and everything a new author seeks, we highly recommend submitting your work to one of the many publishing labels under their direction, from erotica
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