“A Professional Writer is an Amateur Who Didn’t Quit.” ~ Richard Bach
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 1, 2010
Launching today online, The Writing Disorder (http://www.thewritingdisorder.com) intends to shed new light on the vibrant culture of literature and the arts in today’s increasingly “real-time” digital world. The Writing Disorder showcases the talents of emerging and established writers, artists and creative professionals — publishing original and experimental work, while remaining rooted in the classic art of storytelling.
“People who visit the site will find a diverse selection of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction to read, along with some really interesting artwork,” said co-founding editor and publisher, C.E. Lukather. “We’re providing a creative outlet for all people who like to write, whether they’re published or just starting out — students in writing programs, or faculty members — to share their work and vision with others in this artistic global community.”
The Writing Disorder is published quarterly online, with plans to expand to bi-monthly. They will also publish an annual anthology book that showcases the best work of the year from their site. The premiere issue features works of fiction by Miranda McLeod and Heather Michele Genovese, poetry by Steve Abee and Michael Moeller, and nonfiction by Paul Garson and Teddie-Joy Remhild, alongside photography from Alexia Pilat, paintings by Carl Lozada, and comic art by Carly Mizzou.
Writers, as well as illustrators, fine artists, photographers, and comic artists are encouraged to submit their work for inclusion in upcoming editions. Submission guidelines can be found at http://www.thewritingdisorder.com/submit.html or writers may contact the editorial team at submit(at)thewritingdisorder(dot)com.
For more information, visit The Writing Disorder at http://www.thewritingdisorder.com.
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