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FICTION

  "A Hunting in the Taste of Gray"
      by Daniel Roy

  "Clank"
      by Leah R. Pugh

  "Song of the Siren"
       by Ian DiFabio

  "Witch Trials"
      by Joyce Reynolds-Ward


  "Gone"
      by Arthur Davis


  "Surprise Me"
      by Andrew Knighton

  "Thespan: A Tale of Tragedy and
  Redemption in Three Acts"
      by Kyle A. Massa

  "A Three Percent Chance He'll Ever"
  Know I Lied"
      by Jude-Marie Green

  "A Knight Most Valiant"
      by Laura Stephenson

  "Chroni Saturnia "
      Willem Myra

  "The Right Choice"
      by Nicola Lombaria
      translated by J. Weintraub

  "The Agreement at Clivemore"
  "Regional Hospital"
      by David Draper

STAFF SHOWCASE
"Novel Preview: THE UNDERTAKERS: END OF THE WORLD"
      by Ty Drago

  "Novelette Preview: THE WRITING
      CLASS"
      by Kelly Ferjutz


  "Novel Preview: CRYSTAL ILLUSIONS"
      by J.E. Taylor

  "Novel Preview: THAT ROOM AT
      ARDENWYCKE"
      by Kelly Ferjutz

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Organizations
   National Writers Association
   Horror Writers Association
   National Writers Union
   Writers Guild of America
   Pennwriters
   Science Fiction Writers of America

Other Groups
   The Writers Center
   The Center for the Book

Associations for Writers

Writing does not have to be a lonely business. There are organizations and associations galour founded and maintained to give authors a forum for the free exchange of ideas and tips in the vast and ever-changing arena of wordcraft.

Presented here are only a few such organizations. There are others, most of which are reachable through the Net. We suggest that any new writer should seek and join as many of these groups as is appropriate. These organizations offer advice on what to write, how to write, how to sell what you write, how to find a publisher, how to find an agent, etc, etc, etc.

There's strength in numbers, after all.

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