Saddle Up Saloon: Anyone Can Poem

Saddle Up Saloon: Anyone Can Poem

Happy April, pard’ners! It’s about time for another session of Anyone Can Poem. Thank you to everyone who stepped up to last month’s challenge. I thoroughly enjoyed reading your poetic thoughts! Anyone and everyone is welcome to re-visit that post...
Saddle Up Saloon: Anyone Can Poem

Saddle Up Saloon: Anyone Can Poem

Well, howdy! My name’s Chel Owens and I’ve a small confession to make: I’m not much of a rancher. The closest I’ve gotten to a rodeo is watching “McLintock!” The closest I’ve gotten to a saloon is to use the bathroom at a bar...
Raw Literature: Jewels on the Page

Raw Literature: Jewels on the Page

Essay by Jules Paige, a member of the Congress of Rough Writers. << ? >> “How complex in its simplicity or how simple in its complexity; is writing. Much to think about that is for certain,” and so she thought… How do I describe how I write. I put a...