“Of the many influences to coax the craft cocktail out of the dark ages; the internet and its breeding of instant- and ephemeral -experts on any subject, the enthusiasm for good food and wine, there stands behind them all, once fabulous and sexy, now lonely and misunderstood, the cosmopolitan. The cocktail is actually quite good.
“It’s six p.m., and the People’s Ink writers have begun to trickle into Analog Café, past the pink and red pillows stapled to the wall and posters for upcoming gothic burlesque and Haitian dance music shows. Some carry leather laptop briefcases, others Moleskine notebooks and a pencil. Futuristic electronic music plays from the PA: “something’s
http://www.amazon.com/Life-Erotic-Week-One-Reawakening-ebook/dp/B00UG8D292/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8 The Life Erotic is a collection of short stories, nibbles of the erotic life. It’s an exploration into sex and sexuality, desire and vulnerability that can be read on the commute, while waiting in the lobby or before dessert. B. Unbidden invites you to tango with her on these mini-adventures into the world of
The People’s Ink is hosting The Overcast, a new podcast by longtime member J.S Arquin. The Overcast will publish speculative fiction stories by Pacific Northwest writers, and is now accepting submissions. For more information and submission guidelines, click on the Overcast link at the top of the People’s Ink homepage.
Peoples’ Ink member, Tim O’Neal, has had a work accepted for publication. A note from Tim regarding his piece and its publication: My short story, The Shadow Puppet, has been published in Apeiron Review, an online journal based in Philadelphia. It’s about a mother raising a son who was born without the sense of touch,
People’s Ink community member Brittany Wilmes has had a work accepted for publication. “Growing Up,” an essay about women in their 20s understanding life, will appear in The Butter. In the words of its editor, Roxane Gay, “The Butter focuses on cultural criticism and personal essays that make readers think and feel.” Check out The
People’s Ink author Thomas J Turner has published an anthology, ‘Born To Be Strange.’ It is a collection of short stories, poetry and five of his ‘Essays From The Edge.’ The material dates back to 1969, when Turner first envisioned this book. The short stories range from a grieving, suicidal widower, to a car load
People’s Ink community member Brady Richards has had a work accepted for publication. “Buenos Aires,” a short story about memory, deception, and identity, will appear in the North American Review. Located at the University of Northern Iowa, the North American Review is the nation’s oldest literary magazine, known for publishing young fiction writers and poets.
Hi Folks! Please stop into Another Read Through to check out books by your favorite People’s Ink Authors including C. I. Demann, David Garlock and Thomas J. Turner! Another Read Through is located at 3926 N Mississippi, PDX. It has a great selection of used books at affordable prices, a lovely event space in the
Writing is, at its core, a solitary endeavor. The writer’s mind is his own, and what comes out of it onto paper belongs solely to him. For the disorganized mind, the puzzle pieces of idea and metaphor often don’t coalesce into meaning and coherence on the page by themselves, and, as a result, there is