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I’d recommend keeping this section turned on as it contains important updates and questions for you, the readers, and the writers.
Written Tales Magazine Podcast
A recent new addition. To all those who have sent in your audio, we have them and will try to get them online soon. I appreciate your patience. With this section turned on, you’ll receive audio of the authors reading their beautiful work.
As we release new Chabbooks, they’ll appear under this section, where we include all the details and links for members to download their favorite volumes in e-Digital/e-Pub formats of their liking.
All accepted poetry submissions appear under this heading.
All accepted stories appear under this heading.
In this section, we offer tips, advice, and introductions to new writing styles and forms. And sometimes, a little challenge awaits our members with a chance to showcase their creations from the introduction series.
This section is still under evaluation. We’d recommend keeping it selected until further notice.
With open submission, we include our open calls for our theme-based Written Tales volumes.
A new category where we offer different writing challenges for our readers and writers to enjoy. For now, we’ll provide these mind-benders once a week to help push your writing to its limits. We can’t wait to see what you’ll come up with next.
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