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WITH the launch of the war on terror after 9/11, US security agencies and allies, such as Britainâ€™s GCHQ, dramatically ramped up their electronic operations, a shift that coincided with the exponential growth of the internet and its creep into almost every corner of our lives.
By Kimberly Burnham
At age 56, I bicycled 3000 plus miles from Seattle, Washington to Washington, DC with Hazon, a Jewish Environmental organization. This is a poem from my upcoming book, The Journey Home, a book of poetry about that 2013 Cross USA bicycle trip.
Thereâ€™s never a dull moment for the employees of Walls Department Store in the small town of Burshill, England. Detective Chief Inspector Richard Hayward and his wife Kate just returned from a second honeymoon in Paris, discovers that life is not going to be as quiet and easy at the...
Detective Richard Hayward's reputation as the youngest officer to be promoted to Detective Chief Inspector precedes him. He thought his recent transfer and move to the sleepy town of Burshill would allow him a quiet convalescence from a broken leg. His peace was soon to be shattered by a phone...
By Jl Reaper
A brief article about the process of self-publishing.
By Liam Strong
This happens to be a very symbolic short story, however weird it might seem. We had a study period during my government class, and randomly this idea came to me. The story itself is quite random too. Enjoy!
By Annette Francis
Why can't I no longer just write? Why must I concede to the monopolistic agendas of the publishers?
Essay | Updated Jan 29, 2014 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Vashti Puls
I think I write fantastic poetry but my life is full of drama and pain. If anyone is willing to get my work published for pay I shall give you 40% of any and all royalties. In the past I have been published and was on my way to a career when I had enormous set backs! I also have work on...
Miscellaneous | Updated Jul 21, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Coercive citation is a malpractice in academic publishing wherein an editor of a scientific journal approached and coerced authors to add unwarranted citations to articles before the editor will agree to publish it. This practice has not been researched in an individual serving as editor or...
Article | Updated Jun 22, 2013 | Reads: 19 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Samiri Shreve
Accepting Submissions for a short story Anthology
Article | Updated Jun 9, 2013 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Dear friend. I know there are times in your life wherein you run like a headless chicken due to lack of cash. I know you've been working hard hoping that someday you will achieve the wealth that you have been seeking for so long. But the problem is that you don't have the idea where to start to....
By Ina Mcfarmers
The story I'm about to put up is about 16 yrs old and I'd like to dedicate this story to my best friend who unfortunately no longer here, she's one of the first friends I showed this story to & I remember her laughing hysterical y the whole way thro it, I laughed along with her as she read it...
By Emily Hollis
Michael had written so much over the years, but after too much frustration and too many rejection letters he decides to take a different tack. A writing competition comes up, and he knows one ideal candidate. The only problem is, heâ€™s 20 years too old to take part...
By Billy Casper
A Reason for Living - Epilogue: of A Reason for Living - A Story that Shocked the World!
By Billy Casper
A Reason for Living - Errors of Judgement Social Services bury their mistakes!