The World and what you make of it

The World by Stephen Kastner, Green Mountain Writers Review

It is what you make of it, your world. But is it really all you’ve got? Your hands representing creativity, your feet representing mobility, your senses like windows to all that surrounds you. Touch is the panorama, your skin the…

Tarot, a Cure for Writer’s Block?

Carl Jung on Tarot

The term writer’s block was first coined in New York City in 1947 by Edmund Bergler, a well-known disciple of Sigmund Freud. Bergler called it a form of “psychic masochism, the unconscious wish to defeat one’s conscious aims, and to…

Submittable, Duotrope? Meet The Grinder

Green Mountain Writers

The Submission Grinder is a free submission tracker and market database for writers of fiction and poetry. In 2013, David Steffen and Anthony Sullivan founded The Submission Grinder, a donation-supported website to help writers find publishers for their work, which continues…

Saturday Watch Party 3/20

Green Mountain Writers Review

Join us at this Watch Party to learn from the masters including: David Sedaris on Observing the World Malcolm Gladwell on Holding Readers: Tools for Engagement Roxanne Gay on Challenging Ideas and Changing Minds Steve Martin on Story Techniques …as…