Victorina Press's Blog
Here you will find blog posts on a range of topics, from the history and creation of Victorina Press to the tips, tricks and thoughts of our authors.
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María Eugenia Bravo-Calderara comparte sus ideas de lo que busca al leer un poema.
María Eugenia Bravo-Calderara comparte sus ideas de lo que busca al leer un poema. ¿Qué busco en un poema? Cuando leo un poema yo busco
A Writer Reading – Danielle Maisano
A Writer Reading – Danielle Maisano The first book I remember reading I have a distinct memory of being quite young and reading a Dr.
Interview with Steve Jenkins
Interview with Steve Jenkins The Nobody Man is a vigilante revenge novel, a slice of gritty realism, inner-city life at its darkest. Reviewers have described
The Victorina Press Poetry Contest 2022 – What the judges look for in a winning poem
The Victorina Press Poetry Contest 2022 – What the Judges Look for in a Winning Poem Two of the judges of this year’s Victorina Poetry
The History of ’81 Words Flash Fiction’
The History of 81 Words Flash Fiction Anthology 81words.net was a flash fiction website started by Adam Rubinstein, a self-professed “educational basket-case from the 70s”
Amanda Huggins talks about our endless love affair with The Road Trip
Amanda Huggins talks about our endless love affair with THE ROAD TRIP It seems we never tire of road trip stories, whether they come in
JUST WRITE! ‘Just write’. I have been just writing since I was six, when I wrote a poem which my mother sent to my father
On the face of it: I Am the Mask Maker and other stories
On the face of it: I Am the Mask Maker and other stories This time last year, one of my stories, ‘The Last Flight of
Jennifer Langer writes about the problems facing writers in Afghanistan
Jennifer Langer writes about the problems facing writers in Afghanistan On 21st August 2021 I receive an e-mail from an Afghan writer who had previously
Nour Morjan on writing I Am the Power You Undermine
Nour Morjan on writing I Am the Power You Undermine The majority of my poems were written as a spontaneous outpouring of my feelings and
A note about language in Michel-Michelle To address concerns expressed by a reader regarding certain terminology in the publication Michel-Michelle, we would like to clarify
On Being Hopeless – Judith Amanthis
On Being Hopeless – Judith Amanthis I was alone on a train checking my phone when I read the Society of Authors email. Dirt Clean