Tuesday, June 28, 2016

The Pulse Orlando Memorial Episode is now available on iTunes and Soundcloud...

Let's Remember 

Play this Pulse Orlando Memorial Episode...

You can now access Episode 6 on iTunes or Soundcloud as well as other podcast streaming services.

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CWO Called for Poets. They Responded...

In the wake of the Pulse Orlando shooting, poets from around the country wrote poetry responses to the tragedy...

On June 18, Creative Writing Outloud turned to social media asking American writers and poets to contribute responses to the Pulse Orlando Shooting that happened on June 12, 2016.

Featured Poets: Charles Braddy, Alexander Smith, Nikali Noble, Aaron Christian Anderson

Download Episode 6: #SupportOrlando And Send iTunes A Message!

When you subscribe, download, and listen to Creative Writing Outloud, iTunes notices. But when you listen and share this special Pulse Orlando Memorial Episode, you also help remember those lost in the tragedy.

"Check out this new episode today. It'll both break your heart and give you hope for a brighter future."

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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Life & Death and Lewis & Clark

Follow one man's journey around the country after he learns he has just months to live. His family disagrees with his choice but in the end, it is his choice.

Episode 5 shares a dramatic story from award-winning novelist Bob Kornhiser.

Bob Kornhiser is an award winning novelist, playwright and film-maker who has recently turned his writing hand to short stories, many of which are suggested by contemporary news events. Find Bob's novel, "Crossing the Wire" on Amazon.com and his stylish film "Blood Kisses" on VHX.tv.

In January, Bob's play "Journey to the Sea of Palestine" was featured and well-received at an off-Broadway play festival in Manhattan.

Bob Kornhiser was born in Brooklyn, NY in the dark ages of the borough, and has always lived in a very un-hip part of Brooklyn, two subway stops from Coney Island, for most of his life. 

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Pulse Orlando Memorial Episode - Call for Submissions...

As a way to honor the victims of the Pulse Orlando shooting and their families, Creative Writing Outloud will curate the "Pulse Orlando Memorial Episode" on our podcast. 

To make this a reality, we're calling ‪‎poets‬ and writers‬ to contribute brand-new work written in response to the tragedy on Sunday 6/12.

Creative writers have a unique voice in America and in the LGBT‬ community. Therefore, we aim to collect a sampling of new work as a way to honor those lost in the massacre and as a way to enlighten those lost to hate.

We aim to feature a number of contributors on this episode. Therefore, entries are encouraged to be short: 

-Fiction 500-800 words
-Poetry 1 page or less

Deadline: Friday June 24, 2016 11:59 p.m.

Please email info@creativewritingoutloud.com for more information and to submit your work.

And SHARE this call for writers with your friends and family on Facebook today!

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

New England poets share new work on the airwaves...

Do you want fresh poetry from New England? We've got several new pieces to share with you that are sure to get you excited.

Episode 4 has new poetry from New Englanders Jenna-Nichole Conrad and Alexander Smith.

Jenna-Nichole is an autodidact, intersectional feminist, poet, activist, and bibliophile experiencing life in and around Massachusetts. Visit her portfolio on clippings.me/jennanicholeconrad or email her at SharpSoulPoetics@gmail.com.
Alexander Smith is a fiction writer, poet, and freelance writer living in Providence, RI. His book of poems, "For Poets Must Love" is available on Amazon for your Kindle. Follow him on Twitter today -https://twitter.com/AlexanderWrites

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Here's more GOOD NEWS!!!

As we shared on this page, we are ALREADY ranked in iTunes's search for "Creative Writing" and "Fiction Writing." And it's only been a week since we launched...Thank you so much for your support!

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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Creative Writing Outloud is LIVE and Ready for YOU!

In an effort to share the newest and greatest poetry and short fiction available in America today, Creative Writing Outloud accepted submissions from writers across the country. While this literary podcast will publish one episode per week, today, on our launch day, we have three different episodes to share.

CWO Launches with 3 Episodes. That's Tons of New Literature and Poetry for You...

The podcast launched with 3 complete episodes because we want to keep you entertained! 
  • Episode 1 includes short stories by Alexander Smith and Ilan Herman. 
  • Episode 2 includes poetry from Ivan Jenson, Charles Braddy, and Alexander Smith
  • Episode 3 includes a short story by Alexander Smith.
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