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Happenings in the Literature Community

Journal Entry: Fri Jul 18, 2014, 10:34 AM

There are a lot of things going on in the literature community right now so I thought it would be a good idea to share these resources and events with you. I will update this regularly as new events come and go. So if you know of anything going on or have an event you'd like featured please let me know!

Pass the Poem Project Sign-Up…

TWM Prompt Collection (Add Prompt Ideas Here For Future Prompts!!)…

Spunkies Corner Topics List (Add topic suggestions here!)…

The Writer's Meow News

The Weekly Prompt

July 21-27

Poetry: Write a poem using the following start: "What good is a day...".

Prose: Use the following sentences to begin: "It's not the street I usually go down. But for some reason, that day I turned down a different road.

Advanced Critique Folder is Open!
For those of you interested in getting some serious feedback on your writing, this is the place to get it. This isn't just any folder though, there are a few rules. Click the link to find out more!

Donation Pool. Points are used for prizes concerning the group It is on the right side of my Page.

Literature Community Contests

Dreamers Welcome: July Monthly Challenge

:icondreamers-welcome: This month's theme is plug!

Some examples of how you might go about this theme:

Some examples of how you might use the theme:
A shameless plug for something you would like to promote
Something to block a hole or an entry
An electrical plug
A plug-in, an extension of a program
Pulling the plug, to end something
To plug away, working very hard despite of the circumstances

Click the link above for more details. Deadline is: August 1st!

Seven Deadly Sins Project

:iconsixwordstories: I am hosting a Project over there. The current theme is: 7 Deadly Sins. You don't have to be a member to participate!

See here for details:…

Two Thousand Words Project


Two Thousand Words 2014:

"Two Thousand Words is an art and literature collaborative project, where artists and writers get to work together. Last round the writers went first and wrote up drafts and synopses, which the artists looked over and chose a project they wanted to create artwork for. This round however is going to be a reverse round. Meaning that now the artists are going to come up with their art first, and writers will choose something that inspires them to write an accompanying story or poem!"

See link for the latest update in Two Thousand Words!:…

Writing Resources

Live-Love-Write has a new program designed to provide participants with somebody they can count on for help and readership. Participants will be assigned in pairs, and each member in a pair will tutor and critique the other, help with inspiration and writing, and participate in monthly projects and contests.

A great group to check out, especially if you are low on prompt ideas. They have a large list of some here:…

The Literature Community Experiment
New to the literature community? Or perhaps you are just wondering who the community is? Come and introduce yourself!

My Prompt Journal
The Literature Community Experiment continues with the showing and sharing of untold numbers of prompts.

The Latest Love dA Lit Issue (by the amazing IrrevocableFate)
Every Sunday this article will aim to promote volunteer opportunities, various resources, prompts, challenges, and workshops, as well as highlighting various contests. This is by no means a complete list of all the literature going-ons, merely a tool to help you get involved and stay informed.

A group whose purpose is to get you writing a little every day. They want to inspire you! So why not let them?

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Which Submissions best demonstrates the Prose and Poetry Prompts Best? There will be one winner for each catagory. 

4 deviants said The Alarm Clock, The Match, and The Postcard     Mrs. Nolan of room number 103 at Van Dyk Retirement Center wakes every morning at precisely eight o' clock. Once she gets out of bed she then proceeds to greet the day with some music at eight ten. She delightedly turns the radio on with her old, knobby hands and is rewarded with the majestic sound of Beethoven's 9th Symphony blaring out of the small radio's speakers for all to hear. Mrs. Nolan shuffles excitedly to the window and flings them open, yelling a joyful "Good Morning!" to the world.
    After completing this ritual Mrs. Nollan slips out of her room and dons her trusty slippers at eight fifteen. She goes down the hall as fast as she possibly can for a woman of her age yelling, "Good Morning!" to anyone who passes, or just for the fun of it. Nurses cheerily return the good morning as Mrs. Nolan goes past, for they have long given up to quiet her. Groans and rumbling remarks are heard from inside other residents' rooms as they are awaken from their
4 deviants said Ripe PlumsRipe plums are falling,
Juices weeping from bruised skins,
Summer's 'might have been.'
2 deviants said Now is the Summer of Our Discontent Chapter 3Alarm clocks are stupid.
My mom always sets an alarm clock in the morning.
 I told her that it was summer, and summer means you’re supposed to stay up really, really late and then sleep until it’s too hot; but she said It’s Important to Keep a Schedule and that It’s Better for My Health and that People Who Stay Up Late Have Insulin Problems and We Already Have Diabeeetus in Our Family.
Mom talks too much.
She set her alarm for really, really early in the morning. The sun wasn’t even up. Mrs. Trencher wasn’t even up.
Sally’s dad was up, and he was mowing the lawn with his shirt off – like always – and I could see all of his chest hair, so I couldn’t eat my breakfast, even though my Mom told me it is important to Get Protein to Balance Your Blood Sugar. I don’t even know what that means, but I told her that my blood sugar needed to get in line behind my stomach vomit, because my chair is exactly across from our kitche
1 deviant said HaikuTime is going by
So slowly and yet so fast
I cannot keep up


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cruisnick Featured By Owner 5 hours ago
Damn, I love this group. There's always something happening in here. The idea of "Pass the poem project" is simply awesome. Eagerly waiting for it to begin.

Keep up the good work you guys. Your hard work in maintaining this wonderful group is very clearly evident and I for sure hugely appreciate it. Clap 
SarcasticCupcake5 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014  New member Hobbyist Writer
Hey everyone!
Just here to say I am a deviant who mostly writes poems and short stories.
I love writing!
I also have a book!
Check it out, most appreciated. 

Miss Cupcake! 

My book!

My page!
creationtakesun Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist

You don't have any folder/category about tutorials ? That could be usefull ^^.

nice day.
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Phabee Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Good afternoon,
This Group is full of very talented Writers! I offer you the opportunity to spread the word and translate your poetry/prose. Thus, your art will become more comprehensible even for people who don't speak English very well. I am a university student of Translation and Interpreting, so if you're interested in translating your art, feel free to contact me. I can translate into French, Italian and Spanish.
Best wishes,
icandotoo Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  New member Hobbyist Writer
Hi guys. Trying to submit my first ever prompt response. Literally first ever. And the folder claims my submission would exceed the limit of one every seven days. How is this possible? I haven't submitted anything yet, so how have I exceeded my limit?
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