As writers you’re going to have voices along your way telling you “No—”  “maybe you don’t have a story there,” 
But those voices are important because if you have indeed heard them and if you’re still writing, you’ve disproved them all.
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As writers you’re going to have voices along your way telling you “No—” “maybe you don’t have a story there,”
But those voices are important because if you have indeed heard them and if you’re still writing, you’ve disproved them all.

#truewords Listen to her!
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#truewords Listen to her!

Submittable Guidelines
Submittable Guidelines

The deadline for our anniversary, fall issue may have just passed, but we are always accepting submissions to be considered for our next quarterly release. Submit now to be considered for winter 14/15.

nationalbook:

Words only book lovers truly understand.

epicreads:

#GaimanSays

epicreads:

#GaimanSays

Tell your stories.
#underthegumtree #submission #creativenonfiction #writing #truestories #truestory #sacramento
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Tell your stories.
#underthegumtree #submission #creativenonfiction #writing #truestories #truestory #sacramento

publishersweekly:

New Kindle Helps Readers Show Off By Shouting Title Of Book Loudly And Repeatedly (The Onion).

Keep PAPER books alive.
Hello, this is Robert Freedman. He wrote a story for us and our summer issue. You can tea his story by purchasing our digital or print copy of the issue. AND you can also read our interview with him at this link: http://underthegumtree.com/2014/08/meet-the-author-rob-freedman/
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Hello, this is Robert Freedman. He wrote a story for us and our summer issue. You can tea his story by purchasing our digital or print copy of the issue. AND you can also read our interview with him at this link: http://underthegumtree.com/2014/08/meet-the-author-rob-freedman/

subscription options | Under the Gum Tree
subscription options | Under the Gum Tree

writersrelief:

Publish Personal Essays: Writer Emily Eddins Talks About How To Publish Personal Essays

We are very happy to introduce our newest featured client Emily Eddins! Emily’s entertaining writing bubbles over with witty and wry insights. Her quirky sense of humor came in handy when she gave up her fast-paced urban lifestyle for small-town living in California. Emily’s poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction have appeared in many literary publications including Louisville Review and Willow Review. Watch her video here.