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Topic of the issue №10 : Foliage of the soul...

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Congrès Littéraire Mondial
CLM

Editor's column

'November №11
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10 best short story collections that are the must-reads of 2019

A good short story is hard to beat – but harder to write. In under 10,000 words (there are no hard and fast rules about the “proper” length of a short story, but safe to say any piece of writing more than 10,000 words could not be considered short), an author must successfully create a number of elements, and blend them.

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Margaret Renkl: Bringing together a literary community

For members of the Nashville literary community, Margaret Renkl is something of a hometown hero: beloved naturalist writer and memoirist; New York Times opinion writer on Southern issues and the natural world; and the founding editor of Chapter 16, Humanities Tennessee’s online literary journal.

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15 New Books You Should Read in October 2019

Building on a theme seen in many of the most anticipated books of the fall, a crop of new October releases examine transformations both big and small. The sequel to Olive Kitteridge finds the finicky protagonist facing unexpected obstacles as she enters her later years…

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A Red, Red Rose

O my Luve is like a red, red rose
That’s newly sprung in June;
O my Luve is like the melody
That’s sweetly played in tune.

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Latest posts

'November №11
Jake Eliott

Mysterious melody

Jake Eliott Readers: 64 Mysterious melody’s heard from the garden,Flowers are dancing to the magical rhythm,Birds singing along to the sound of the violin,Whole nature went silent all better to hear them. The sunshine is

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'November №11
littercon

10 best short story collections that are the must-reads of 2019

A good short story is hard to beat – but harder to write. In under 10,000 words (there are no hard and fast rules about the “proper” length of a short story, but safe to say any piece of writing more than 10,000 words could not be considered short), an author must successfully create a number of elements, and blend them.

Read More »
Editor's column
littercon

Margaret Renkl: Bringing together a literary community

For members of the Nashville literary community, Margaret Renkl is something of a hometown hero: beloved naturalist writer and memoirist; New York Times opinion writer on Southern issues and the natural world; and the founding editor of Chapter 16, Humanities Tennessee’s online literary journal.

Read More »

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