Sunday, August 29, 2021

Anthology Recap

 

Hi everyone!


Write Volumes NOW has 4 anthologies available on Amazon


Please check us out and review us.  We would love to hear what you think!



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Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Next Anthology Update: Shades of Positively Pandemic launching 7/25/21

 

GOOD NEWS everyone:

 

We are looking for reviewers for our next anthology 

coming on JULY 25th!


Available for Kindle pre-order JULY 5th



Shades of Positively Pandemic

15 stories unmasking epidemic bright spots

15 ways forward unlocking hearts

15 reasons to take a shot on this book!  

 


We’re always looking for free honest reviews 

on Amazon, Goodreads, Bookbub, Twitter, social media etc...

 

We can send you a digital ARC (advanced reader copy) if you and/or any friends would like to review this latest anthology or any of our previous/future ones too (anthology info on our website  https://www.writevolumes.com/p/books.html ).

 

Please email for more ARC details/ questions at writevolumes@gmail.com 

 

Thank you and happy reading!



Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Pride History present 15

 Let's keep celebrating writing with another Pride History present.

 

This Pakistani American sparked a movement of "honest" poetry during his search for harmony. 

He helped start Sangat Chicago and wrote in Urdu, Punjabi, and English.

 

Find out more when you watch this 

video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 


Iftikhar "Ifti" Nasim 

1946 - 2011

Poet, writer, broadcaster, and activist






(7 minutes 30 seconds )

Watch at https://youtu.be/bIIUEi-aXiI

or www.writevolumes.com


Find out more about Iftikhar Nasim here:

https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-2011-07-27-ct-met-schmich-0727-20110727-story.html





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Sunday, June 27, 2021

Pride History present 14

It's June, so let's celebrate writing with a Pride History present.

 

This writer was Black, gay and young during the AIDS epidemic and strove to integrate all identities to create a functional self not defined by sexuality or race. 

 

Hemphill's writing was also in motion pictures such as "Tongues United" (1989), "Looking For Langston" (1988), and "Black is...Black Ain't" (1994)

 

Find out more when you watch this 

video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 


Essex Hemphill  

1957 - 1995

Poet, editor, performer, and activist





(7 minutes 55 seconds )

Watch at https://youtu.be/fwD1myn16y4

or www.writevolumes.com


Find out more about Essex Hemphill here:

https://www.aaihs.org/the-poetic-theology-of-essex-hemphill/





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Saturday, May 22, 2021

Asian American History present 13

  Here is another chance to celebrate writing with this latest Asian American History present.

 

This writer is one of the first people of Asian descent to publish a novel in America (along with her sister who we already featured in a past episode).

 

Even though her mother was Chinese, she chose to write about Japanese characters and use a Japanese pseudonym, with some of her work turned into Broadway plays or motion pictures.

 

Find out more when you watch this 

video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 

Winnifred Eaton 

(Onoto Watanna)

1875 - 1954

Writer, screenwriter






(13 minutes 57 seconds )

Watch at https://youtu.be/wTHPZ12HlWc

or www.writevolumes.com





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Saturday, May 15, 2021

Asian American History present 12

  It's time to celebrate writing with another Asian American History present.

 

Listen to this strong early voice of an American experience

 

Loyalty and Character

What makes us human?

 "And, as his heart mercifully stacked the blocks of hope into the pattern of an America which would someday hold an unquestioned place for him, his mind said no, it is not to be..."


Find out more when you watch this 

video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 

 John Okada 

1923 - 1971

Novelist




(11 minutes 40 seconds )

Watch at https://youtu.be/kLTtBqnlf7g

or www.writevolumes.com





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Monday, May 10, 2021

Asian American History present 11

 Let's celebrate writing with another Asian American History present.

 

We heard this writer is one of the first people of Asian descent to publish a novel in America (along with her sister who we will feature in a future episode).

 

“My mother’s race is as prejudiced as my father’s.”

 

“Individuality is more than nationality.”

 

Find out more about what she said when you watch this 

video intro to a writer you may not know but maybe you should: 

Edith Maude Eaton 

(Sin Sui Far)

1865 - 1914

Journalist, writer




(13 minutes 43 seconds )

Watch at https://youtu.be/Ev3oIOfvdlI

or www.writevolumes.com





If you have any authors you would like to be a part of the Celebrating Writing series, please comment, DM, or email us


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