Short Stories

Writing Freedom

 

               Writing Freedom

What does freedom mean? For some people, it’s simply the freedom to be oneself. For others, it’s the moment they decide to pursue a dream.
 
In this collection of stories from graduates of the GCLS Writing Academy, writers take their characters on their own  personal journeys to freedom. In one sweet love story, a woman returns to her hometown and experiences love and cupcakes. In another, a businesswoman begins to learn the life she’s chosen isn’t the life she wants. In another, a character finds freedom from the constraints of both time and space.
 
The stories in this anthology explore a range of experiences, exploding the idea of freedom and what it means to different people. These eighteen tales from emerging talents and established writers will leave the reader questioning their own ideas about freedom.

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All proceeds support the Golden Crown Literary Society.
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Poems

Slamming Brick Poems

 

               Slamming Bricks

The Slamming Bricks Anthology features poetry from nineteen LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and AAPI poets across the world ranging from debut artists to award-winning slam poets. It includes over 80 pages of beautiful prose and meaningful expressions of liberation and resistance. The Slamming Bricks Anthology grew from the annual poetry slam competition, Slamming Bricks: A Riot on 1st Street, based in Grand Junction, Colorado that LGBTQ+ slam poet Caleb Ferganchick started in 2019. The 2021 event marks the third year of the poetry slam and the anthology features poetry by eight of the slam poets competing in 2021. The anthology was made possible due to the financial support of the Western Colorado Writers’ Forum and Colorado Arts in Society.

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All proceeds go to the Western Colorado Writers’ Forum to help fund future Slamming Bricks poetry slam competition.

 

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