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Meaningful Conflicts: The Art of Friction

Over 90 short stories, prose, memoirs, essays, and poetry are contained in this “Developmental Anthology,” a richly diverse, creative ensemble by the Off Campus Writer’s Workshop (OCWW) community. The collection from forty-nine authors and fifteen poets, is composed of a vast array of interpretations on overcoming obstacles, including emotional friction, personal conflicts, generational disputes, and […]

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Author Q&A With Brooke Bentley

Brooke Bentley is a former television anchor and award-winning sports reporter. After graduating with a master’s in journalism from the University of Southern California, she spent two years working for the Houston Texans as a media personality and over a decade working in sports journalism. Brooke now devotes her time to championing local nonprofits, including Homemade […]

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Book Craft With Ellen Polk

Ellen Polk is the founder of Ellen Edits LLC, which she started in late 2017 after graduating from Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in English with a focus on public and professional communication and a graduate certificate in public health from IUPUI. Ellen provides copyediting and proofreading for digital content and full-length fiction and […]

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Book Craft With Kourtney Schmiedeke

Meet Kourtney, the owner of Heartfelt Editorial Services LLC, a Missouri-based company providing freelance literary editing services. With a bachelor’s degree in communications and a passion for writing, Kourtney provides freelance literary editing services to writers seeking support and guidance. She specializes in editing fiction genres such as fantasy, romance, YA, and children’s books, as […]

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Author Q&A With John Lawrence Graham

John Lawrence Graham is a world class social scientist in the topics of international business and global negotiations. He has written six books and scores of articles. In Charlotte’s War he integrates his four decades of peacebuilding and his one decade as a military officer (Navy SEAL) into a fascinating novel. The book will make […]

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Author Q&A With Diana Rubino

Diana’s passion for history has taken her to every setting of her historical and biographical novels: England, France, Egypt, Italy, and all over the United States. The contemporary fantasy “Fakin’ It”, set in Manhattan, won a Romantic Times Top Pick award. She and her husband Chris own an engineering business, and spend as much time […]

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