Print Issue 50 of Vestal Review is ready for your perusal.
The role of a literary magazine editor is to improve the world by publishing better stories and poetry and not […]
Deadly diseases for a writer: Logizomechanophobia– Fear of computers. Logophobia– Fear of words. Atelophobia- Fear of imperfection.
I prefer observations over political discussions. The former are spontaneously honest but the latter are labored and fruitless.
Nothing lasts longer then a good last line of a novel.
Don’t freak over a word. Freak over two words in the row. About their choice and interconnection.
If you read this, you are probably a writer. Most people are nowadays. All you need is a smart phone […]
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who desire completion and those who
Serial monogamy: don’t be married to your first novel. Be married to the first, second and third. ********* Question: […]
The Vestal Review Press is pleased to present the newly expanded edition of Condensed to Flash: World Classics An anthology […]