Submission by Margaret Armanious Photo by Brett Jordan on Unsplash Suppose you were to open your mailbox and spot an unusual piece of mail. A glimpse of your name, handwritten in calligraphy, tells you this isn’t just another bill. Pushing aside the junk mail like tares from the wheat, you snatch […]
Lost Pen Magazine
Forde’s love of writing began with an early interest in reading, and she particularly enjoys the classics, science fiction, and fantasy. Her life’s goal was to be an author, a milestone she achieved when she published Rise of the Papilion, an adult fantasy trilogy. Her short stories, flash fiction, poems, articles, interviews, guest posts, and devotionals have appeared in various magazines, blogs, and anthologies. She is the co-host of the Radiant Writers’ Community, a group dedicated to equipping writers passionate about sharing their God-inspired messages. She is the founder of Lost Pen Magazine, a resource established to help Christian creatives reach new audiences for God’s Kingdom. Forde also offers coaching and freelance editing via Focus Writing Services. Besides writing, editing, and publishing, Forde is a social worker, and she spends her free time maintaining her Japanese-language Duolingo streak and watching way too much anime.
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A book review of Dragon Planet: Kraamlok, by Sharon Plumb.
how i see God being silent i listen these two acts are One and the same letters. then i see what i (can)’t (always) (with) my eyes or hear with (my) mind or… (heart). over coffee i am listening to the silence of the morning drinking coffee thinking […]
Image by cocoparisienne from Pixabay Oh, Lord, Where Ya Been? Poem by Doc Dalton Been hiding out, lost, and confused for some time now, Not knowing which way to turn, or what to even say. Hurt by life’s bumps and bruises, struggling more every day, Hanging on by […]
Submitted by Veronica McDonald Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash Like so many things since I became a Christian four years ago, publishing a literary magazine for children was never on my radar. But in late January, I was on my laptop making updates to the literary journal […]