Quoth The Publisher

MiniPoe

Poe, graciously posted with permission from Sandra Vargas. Check out her Etsy shop here

“Most writers – poets in especial – prefer having it understood that they compose by a species of fine frenzy – an ecstatic intuition – and would positively shudder at letting the public take a peep behind the scenes.”
Edgar Allan Poe

POSTS BY THE THREE LITTLE SISTERS & GUESTS

Here in the USA, it's almost impossible for you to go into a Target without walking out with things that you did not have on your list. They have a small book section at most of the stores. As I was wandering around with my daughter who MUST visit all book sections of any store we go to, which is where I found this book of poetry. I opened it, read one poem and placed it in my cart.
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This is not about Alice, this is about how my imagination takes flight in my writing. I view myself as a somewhat chaotic/creative in that I can live in a chaotic environment, with external/internal stimuli, and work efficiently. I have always been an imagination [is that a word?], from the time I was small, it was the thing I used to live in a world that was better than my reality.
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While writing with my partners [Sarah & Sheal] the awareness of what our 'style' is, came into full view. I have determined [and I am not saying this with ego] am better at narrative writing than I am at dialogue writing. It was during a discussion with Sheal, that a lightbulb went off for us to write posts about the aspect or 'style' that a writer takes on. Writers sometimes struggle with what style to write in, what method to use, that sometimes we get in our heads and shut down instead of creating.
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Community is vital to an author, this statement is exceptionally true when you think about the box office/platform adaptations. As we have mentioned in the past, adaptations can often be disappointing to fans, but they can also be endearing to fans.
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ACTION interview with Larisa Hunter. ACTION was a pagan centered magazine.
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So in the first part, we discussed the opus to box office with novels, but why the new rise of comics, graphic novels, and game adaptations, because they are popular. The new platforms are tapping into the market of gamers and consumers of obscured genres because it sells. Case in point the adaptation of The Witcher series. The Witcher is a novel series so I am including it here only because I think it classifies as 'obscure' in that not a huge swath of people heard of it, but it was famous.
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The Teutonic Way Individual Editions
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