literature

Best corporate culture and workplace literature to better your workplace experience. Journal's favorite stories.

George Boundya year ago
In The Name of Art #2
Daniel put down the phone and sighed. It was an old phone from his grandma's flat. White plastic, with a ringlet of a cord that had gone from white to grey with time. The handset was yellow from nicot...
Annie Danielsa year ago
Annie Daniels Does Book Reviews
A little about me... This is my first official post on this forum, and as I am hoping that I will be able to add many more, I would like to start off with an official introduction. My name is Annie Da...
George Boundya year ago
In The Name of Art
Harriet was walking fast toward Tottenham Court Road station in an effort to waste as little time as possible travelling. Although she had not volunteered herself for this task she was getting quite e...
Caleb Shermana year ago
The Author Avoidant
I sit down in front of my computer with every intention of writing out another 3,000 words for this week. That's the goal—get my 3,000 words written and move on with life. I already have a draft of ho...
Caleb Shermana year ago
The Author Calmed
A success, and so it continues. Driven by a properly made cup of coffee, renewed vigor, and rediscovered inspiration, I set to work on the rewrite that will truly satisfy me. A story that I am certain...
Caleb Shermana year ago
The Agitated Author
This is how it begins. My morning routine, uninterrupted, goes off without a hitch. Unemployment would suit me if not for the lack of funding. The dishes are washing, the laundry is going, and I have ...
Lara Whatleya year ago
3 Ways to Improve Your Writing Overnight
When writing, there are a few simple mistakes that any novice will make without realizing what they are doing. These mistakes mark a piece of work as unpolished, or written by a beginner. Luckily, the...
Starting an Online Magazine
At the beginning of 2016, I decided I wanted to create an online literary magazine. While taking a course about poetry with an emphasis on publishing and literary magazines, I was quickly inspired to ...
Deanne Adamsa year ago
Networking Nightmare
The room was beginning to fill up with people. Several groups of business owners had formed, coffee cups in hand. The chatter of small talk buzzed back and forth. It was Jane's first networking meetin...
Robyn Justinea year ago
Books for Thought
When it comes to books “don’t just read the easy stuff. You may be entertained by it but you will never grow from it.” This is a quote from one my favourite motivational speakers Jim Rohn. Where I don...
Justina Deardoff2 years ago
A Recommendation of Sorts
Hey there fellow writers, I'm back. This is the continuum to my introductory piece, "On How I Found My Voice," over in Education. So you don't feel lost, I'd suggest reading that baby before you dive ...
Jessica Briggs2 years ago
Writing
Meg sat at her desk. Her pen hovered over the parchment. Many times the pen moved toward the parchment and then away. She had writer's block. Her new book had just been published. She had promised a s...
Sarah Russell2 years ago
Why I Love Story Writing!
I've honestly been writing stories since before I can remember. I've always been a creative child, and I've grown into a even more creative, but now experienced, young adult. Here are some of my favor...
David Stoner2 years ago
Run Through the Wall
Trying to finish my novel has brought me a great deal of anguish and uncertainty. I just can’t seem to stay with it long enough to finish. The novel is done but the rewrites seem endless. I hope this ...
5 Tips To Help You Survive NaNoWriMo
NaNoWriMo, short for National Novel Writing Month, is one of the most widely undertaken annual writing exercises in the world. Every November, thousands of writers — amateurs and professionals alike —...
Carolyn Arnold2 years ago
Characters Make a Book Worth Reading
A book would be nothing without characters, and with such an important role, it’s vital that we create ones that are strong and stay with the reader long after they put down your book. But why stop wi...
Amanda McNeill2 years ago
Confessions of a Fanfiction Writer
I have been writing fanfiction for thirteen years; sometimes I am very on top of my game, while the rest of the time I am glaring at my computer screen like it is the reason I am unable to think of an...