SHORT STORIES

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USING REAL PEOPLE IN STORIES – PT 1

Today we focus on the thorny issue of using real people in our stories — from our guest columnist, Kelley Way, a lawyer specializing in literary law. If you have general questions for Kelley on contracts or other aspects of literary law, be sure to comment below. Thanks! PS. A list of books on literary law can be found here. … Continue reading

THE FIRST TIME I DID IT

You know how that one incident can change your life forever?  It affects you so much that you never completely recover from it. Even though you desperately try to convince yourself otherwise, subconsciously you are still bound to the memories and it occasionally invades your dreams and becomes the object of your nightmares. I never … Continue reading

Behind The Fiction: A Review of The Son of your Father’s Concubine

For those of you who haven’t read the book, The Son of Your Father’s Concubine by ‘Seun Salami, I suggest you go and read the book before you continue reading this piece. (I don’t have to tell you that I have read the book a couple of times myself). For information on how to get the book, … Continue reading