A Round Up of the Food News Stories that Featured on FDL this Week. …Read More »
From Noma to Netflix, Macau to Massimo Bottura, we serve up the Weekin Bites. A selection of our favourite stories from throughout the week as well as some stories from around the web that caught our attention. S.Pellegrino Young Chef is back! The most exciting talent search for talented young …Read More »
Photo by Aftab Uzzaman If you’re writing a novel and are nowhere near the end, why spend time on short stories? Doesn’t that distraction delay getting to the end of the current draft, a moment that always feels months away? I thought so once. One year, I wouldn’t let myself …Read More »
If you can’t resist the cheesy high of a hot fondue or the crunch of an aged parmesan – then cheese lovers, we have just the drool-worthy video for you! The team over at Great Big Story, have produced yet another gem in their “flavours” series, this time disappearing into the fascinating …Read More »
Our social media feeds are cluttered with the significant yet chaotic issues of the day. Either we’re resisting or resisting the resistance. I’ve engaged in a war of words on occasion via Facebook and Twitter, trying to convince someone I can’t recall ever meeting in real life to consider my …Read More »
Things were so very, very different. I was so much more than three years and thirteen days younger. I was a decade younger, perhaps two, neck-deep in a world of money, privilege, international travel and blissful ignorance of so many things. My older brother was invincible, good at everything, impeccable …Read More »
» Good Writing. No Good For This Writer by Nancy Hatten Short stories, flash fiction and creative writing online.
Read. Read a lot. Read award winning fiction, critically praised non-fiction, the best in whatever genre you wish to write yourself. These suggestions abound in writing magazines, and are dispensed by people who know something about the craft of writing. The intention is to flood your brain with wonderful word …Read More »
Start at early summer dawn on the Georgia coast, behind the Sea Islands, and drive toward Memphis. Take secondary roads and look around as you pass through towns that seem to vary in time placement, back and forth over the past six decades, depending on how close to real cities …Read More »
» She’s A Modern Woman, Now by Nick Ostdick Short stories, flash fiction and creative writing online.
And she was. She was a modern woman, and you’re not sure how you felt about it. She didn’t come over anymore, early in the morning, her hair pulled back tightly in a ponytail on the back of her head, ready to play whatever silly games you and the rest …Read More »
The smell of frying bacon was coming from the kitchen, but Sam stayed where he was. He glanced at his face in the mirror over the fireplace as if seeing it for the first time. Then he looked at the rest of the room, over his reflection’s shoulder; the two …Read More »