Scribble Links

 

Below find links to our contributors’ websites, partner organizations, and other sites that we feel might interest our readers and contributors. We will be adding to this page periodically. If you are a past contributor and would like to have your website included here, please contact us at info@scribblemagazine.us. Have fun exploring.

Contributor Websites


A. Jarrell Hayes

A. Jarrell Hayes is a novelist and poet; his recent book is To Woman, From Man: Love Poems. His website features audio recordings, videos, samples of his work, and ordering information for his books.

Frank S. Joseph

Frank S. Joseph's first novel, TO LOVE MERCY, was published in 2006 by Mid-Atlantic Highlands. It has won six national awards and gone into a second printing. He is at work on two sequels, TO WALK HUMBLY and TO DO JUSTICE. Frank has been a Washington Post and Associated Press journalist, publisher, direct marketer, and copywriter. He lives with his wife, Carol, and two children in Chevy Chase, MD.


Rosemary and Larry Mild

Award-winning coauthors of the Paco and Molly Murder Mysteries: Boston Scream Pie, just out -- a harrowing tale of twins and their vicious feuding families; Locks & Cream Cheese -- murder and larceny in a Chesapeake Bay mansion; and Hot Grudge Sunday -- conspirators disrupt the sleuths' honeymoon out West. Rosemary authored Miriam's Gift: A Mother's Blessings -- Then and Now, a memoir about the joyous life of their daughter killed by a terrorist bomb over Lockerbie, Scotland.


B. Morrison

B. Morrison writes poetry, fiction and nonfiction. Here at Least, her recent collection of poetry, is now available from Cottey House Press. The award-winning writer lives in Baltimore, Maryland, and travels widely. Visit her website for more information and to join her mailing list. Also, check out her Monday morning book blog at www.bmorrison.com/blog and start each week by talking about books.


Ariana Morrow

Ariana Morrow is a poet and musician. Her website features lyrics and recordings of her new songs, as well as her blog.


Sarah Morrow

Visit Sarah Morrow’s blog In the Cactus Garden where she explores the anthropology of food and shares some sneak previews of her novel-in-progress.


Jeff Rosenzweig

Explore the photoblog of photographer Jeff Rosenzweig.


Organizations


Maryland Writers’ Association

The Maryland Writers’ Association is a professional organization supporting beginning through professional writers as they explore the art, business, and craft of writing.


Poets House

Poets House is a national poetry library and literary center located in New York City. On this site, learn about the New York poetry community and access their Directory of American Poetry Books, a searchable directory of poetry titles published between 1990 and 2008.


Useful Sites for Writers


43 Folders

This creativity website has information about setting priorities and overcoming blocks. Find the motivation to get working.


Write Now TV

This social networking site for writers features short videos on various aspects of writing. Featured authors include Ron Rash, Steven King, Ann Hood, David Foster Wallace, Tom Wolfe, and Gail Adams as well as other noted writers and writing instructors.


Guide to Grammar and Writing

Guide to Grammar and Writing is sponsored by the Capital Community College Foundation. It includes articles on many aspects of grammar usage, including a useful page of “Plague Words and Phrases” and how to avoid them.


Garbl’s Writing Center

This site features Garbl’s Fat-Free Writing links — links to articles on “cutting the fat from your writing — so your readers can easily chew, digest and be nourished by your top-choice words.”


Every Writer’s Resource

This site includes an extensive list of literary magazines and book publishers.


Poe War

PoeWar.com includes an extensive employment list including freelancing, copywriting, editing, proofreading, online/web writing, literary writing, sports writing, general writing, technical writing, and journalism.


Write Express

Online rhyming dictionary for poets and songwriters.


The Eclectic Writer

Articles about writing by writers.


National Novel Finishing Month

Started by the creators of NaNoWriMo, NaNoFiMo challenges writers to spend the month of December finishing an in-progress novel project.


New Pages

A resource listing literary magazines.


Writer Beware: Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America

This site offers in depth information on scams in the literary marketplace. Learn how to avoid disreputable  writing contests, agents, editors, and publishing houses.


Preditors & Editors

This site contains information about the publishing industry, job listings, and resources including how to prepare a manuscript or proposal for submission. It includes links to and ratings of publishers, agents, magazines, and forums.