Blogs & Blog Posts on Short Stories in Minnesota



Blogs on "Short Stories"

such loud noise
findings and foundings in the fields of aural pleasure and mind control. br...

The Jen Experiment
Poems and random writings by a new writer. The author is on a journey of em...

The Soulless Machine Review
Short Reviews of Short Stories (and other stuff)

Blog Posts on Short Stories

Creative Writing for Kids by Journal Buddies on Dec 21, 2011 in Creative Writing, arts, child, childhood, children, confidence, creative writing, fun, journal, kids, kids journal, learning, short stories, stories, teaching, wiriting skills, writingCreative Writing for Kids – Help Your Child to Appreciate Writing Creative writing for kids is a great way to teach your child the value of writing. Teaching a child to write can be a fun learning process. It allows them to exercise their creativit...



No such thing as just a girl by Minnesota Reads on Sep 21, 2011 in Fiction, Elissa Schappell, Short storiesEvery six months or so for the past decade, I’d randomly type ‘Elissa Schappell’ into Amazon’s search bar and cross my fingers. I kept hoping and hoping that she had released a book that some how slipped by me. I fell in love...



DEADLY TREATS NOW AVAILABLE by Monkey With a Pen on Aug 12, 2011 in short stories, Deadly Treats, Halloween, anthologyDEADLY TREATS is now available! The official release date is August 15, so if you hurry you can still get the 32% off pre-pub price through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Group discussion and signing at HarMar Barnes & Noble, Roseville, MinnesotaWhen: O...



Best of Summer Short Stories Party by phenoMNal twin cities on Jul 18, 2011 in , Entertainment, Brave New Workshop, Burlesque, Free events, Minneapolis, Short stories, Uptown, Vita.MNThis year’s theme for Vita.MN’s Summer Short Stories Contest is “sex.”  The entires are in and on July 27, you’re invited to see the top stories read by their authors as well as a mini burlesque show after the readings...



For whom the Bell tolls by Minnesota Reads on Jun 12, 2011 in Graphic Novel, gabrielle bell, Short storiesImagine a linear story. Now imagine cartoonist Gabrielle Bell studying it with her hands on her hips. She takes a giant scissors, the kind used by mayors at ribbon cutting ceremonies, and makes two incisions into the tale. A snip here, a snip there.



Revision Process — Structure by Anatomy of Perceval on Jun 11, 2011 in Characters, Fiction, Writing, , 3 Act Dramatic structure, character and structure, creating conflict, how to revise writing, narrative structure, novels, revision process, short stories, what characters wantI swear, how does The Writer know?!  This time, in the July 2011 issue, they’ve provided an entire section on “Revising Your Work” just when I’m gearing up to start revising my work.  It’s uncanny.  And quite welcome.



Thar’s humans in those there cube farms by Minnesota Reads on Jun 9, 2011 in Fiction, Daniel Orozco, Short storiesIf I had a dollar for every time I have referenced, linked to, or told someone about Daniel Orozco’s short story “Orientation” (which you can listen to right here, fast forward to about 50:45), I could probably buy all of you a copy...



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