February Fiction: Geometry (a poem)

by Jane Liu, Age 17, USA The fiction prompt of the month for February was “shapes.”   Geometry A circle peg doesn’t complete a square hole A square peg doesn’t complete a circle hole All the force in the world Would only flatten the square and Shave the circle until the square is A circle...
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Designing a Cover for Your Book

by Hannah Brown, jaBlog! Blogger   The cover of your book. Well, you’d think that’s a big thing, right? So you should probably put a lot of work into it as well! Just as much thought as your epic story, I reckon. That does mean however that there are going to be a lot of things...
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February Fiction: The Optician’s (a poem)

by Bethany Wood, Age 16, England The fiction prompt of the month for February was “shapes.”   The Optician’s I survey the book-lined shelves, but… …they may be folders, may be files; orderly shapes, slotting together: disconnected equilaterals amalgamated. Waiting, I see irregular shapes outside which dance, contorting to new forms: autonomous objects, yet somehow beautifully...
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