Dragon of Nexus
you'll find here will sometimes be funny, sometimes wistful, sometimes
barbed, even angry on occasion. As time goes by, we'll be collecting work
from poets and writers from many different cultures, all with their own
unique backgrounds, with their own stories to tell, and their own way of
telling those stories.
I have my own pet
definition of what constitutes 'good' writing, be it poetry or prose, and
that is simply that the story told draws a reaction from the reader, has
some kind of emotional effect - be it laughter, tears, or anger. It may
even provoke a thought or two.
all contributions are, of course, most welcome. We offer no undertaking
to edit in any way whatsoever, neither do we have any restrictions on content.
In other words,
if you've submitted a work with typographical or other errors it may be
published exactly as it was received. The literary world thrives on wordplay,
and words get bent accordingly. Only the Author really knows which words
are meant to be bent and which ain't. However, our proof-reader will gladly
fix any errors if needs be, and reserves the right to fix any obvious spelling
or typographical errors. Send email as below if you've spotted a mistake
in your own work. Comments on the possible errors of others may be ignored.
If you have a contribution
to offer, please include
as much detail about yourself as you'd like to be made public, and let
us know what name you'd like to be known by and whether or not you want
your email address to be published. See below for copyright details. And
don't forget to include the submissions themselves in the main body of
an e-mail. Attachments are no longer acceptable thanks to the virus ridden
environment of the net. Any other format will be looked at quizzically
for a moment and then chucked out.
All works herein
remain Copyright © 1998-2004 to the Author and Scribble Publications.
If you'd like to use any of the works featured here, permission can be
obtained by emailing either the author or me.
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