Prompt!

This looks like an entrance from the faerie realm. Does it inspire you? Write a poem about it and send it to us. We will feature it on our social media. Write a story and we may use it in Through the Sunshine – our upcoming anthology. Deadline was extended til Feb 14th at midnight!

Enjoy coming up with something and let us see what you got!

Happy Writing!

Faery Footprints Spotlight – Michael Walters

Michael Walters currently lives in northern New York where he teaches robotics and physics at a local university. He publishes a haiku a day on his blog to keep his creative side active while doing all that heavy science. He was previously published in Under the Mists, another Fae Corps Publishing anthology.

His websites:

Never Short on Words

Drive by Haiku

Michael J Walters FB

Michael J Walters Writing

Faery Footprints Spotlight – Pali Raj

Pali Raj has been in Railway Corporation service from 2001 to 2015. He engages himself to writing in sheer helplessness. He has graduate standard twelve in commerce stream. He is jobless at present

Faery Footprints Spotlight – Molly Hogan

Molly Hogan is a fourth grade teacher who lives in a rambling old farmhouse in rural Maine. She is fascinated by the sense of possibility that is so pervasive in nature — the sense that everything can change in an instant. She devotes her free time to walking and wandering, writing poems, and personal essays, and nature photography.

Faery Footprints – Nikki Marrone

Nikki Marrone is a published poet and photographer. When she’s not wandering the world documenting her adventures, she splits her time between performing, running events, workshop leading, and being a mother. She has been published in a variety of publications, is the winner of multiple Poetry Slams, and has featured at various spoken word nights and festivals around the world.

Faery Footprints Spotlight – Phillip Knight Scott

Phillip Knight Scott is an aspiring poet living in Durham, North Carolina, with his wife of 11 years and their 3-year-old son. Thought writing for most of his life, he only recently began publishing his work in journals and his own website.

Faery Footprints Spotlight – Jay Carpenter

Jay Hall Carpenter has been a professional artist for over 40 years, beginning as a sculptor for the Washington National Cathedral, and winning numerous national awards for his work. His first poetry collection, Dark and Light, Poetry (2012), was followed by 101 Limericks, Inappropriate for All Occasions (2017). His next collection, Model Home, is due out in the Spring. He has written poetry, plays, muscials, and children’s books throughout the career and now sculpts and writes in Silver Spring, MD.

Faery Footprints Spotlight – Linda M. Crate

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Linda M. Crate’s poetry, short stories, articles, and reviews have been published in a myriad of magazines both online and in print. She has six published chapbooks A Mermaid Crashing Into Dawn (Fowlpox Press – June 2013), Less Than A Man (The Camel Saloon – January 2014), If Tomorrow Never Comes (Scars Publications, August 2016), My Wings Were Made to Fly (Flutter Press, September 2017), splintered with terror (Scars Publications, January 2018), more than bone music (Clare Songbirds Publishing, March 2019), and one micro-chapbook Heaven Instead (Origami Poems Project, May 2018). She is also the author of the novel Phoenix Tears (Czykmate Books, June 2018).

Faery Footprints Spotlight – Pallavi

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Pallavi lives in the US with her two kids and husband. She is a working mother with a passion for storytelling. Her stories are in the form of poetry and prose and can be found on her blog http://www.curatingthoughts.blog.

Faery Footprints Artist Spotlight: Kira S.

Kira S. is an essentially new artist; living, loving, and mothering in the desert southwest. With no formal training, she only began creating original art to accompany her fiction writing. Now a weekly art contributor to a popular writing-prompt blog, Kira continues to let her wild imagination take the lead

She can be reached at Kirascribbled@gmail.com

Or visit her website: kirascribbled.wordpress.com

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