A Novel in Progress – New to the ‘Journal’

I’m excited to announce our latest publication in the Debut Writers Journal. It’s the first chapter of a brand new novel in progress. Joe Corso is one of the few creative writing students who is working on a  project of that magnitude, and he’s offering us the opportunity to publish several of his first few chapters. It’s a great way for Joe to keep himself … Continue reading A Novel in Progress – New to the ‘Journal’

A Thought-Provoking Piece of Fiction

I’m glad to announce that we’ve added a brand new short story to our fiction list at Debut Writers Journal.  The Visitor is a recent story by one of our hard-working students, Paul Vanni. Paul has written fiction, poetry, and plays for several years. He enjoys writing about subjects relating to World War II, and about any number of other subjects that provoke thought and … Continue reading A Thought-Provoking Piece of Fiction

3 Poems by Christian Authors Featured in the ‘Journal’

Several of our creative writing students are Christians, and they like to write a lot about Jesus Christ and the things He’s revealed to them in their personal walk of faith. The links below are to poems by two of those writers, published in Debut Writers Journal.  If you do enjoy the poems or are blessed by them, please leave the poets a comment on … Continue reading 3 Poems by Christian Authors Featured in the ‘Journal’

A Recipe for Love that Lasts through Generations

This week, many of us are gearing up to celebrate “Mother’s Day” next Sunday. In keeping with that subject, in our “Articles” section of Debut Writers Journal, one mom shares her recipe for creating love in her family that will last through generations. To read about her plan and its success, follow the link below: SUNDAY DINNER by Susan Miller ~ Continue reading A Recipe for Love that Lasts through Generations

‘Emily’ — The Newest Story in Our Fiction Section

“Emily” is the newest short story added to our Fiction section of Debut Writers Journal. The story is by author Lyra McCarty, who has participated in three different creative writing classes at JALC. Lyra writes fiction, non-ficton, and poetry, and she especially likes dealing with unique subject matter. This story is a futuristic piece that tugs on the emotions and challenges the practical mind. To … Continue reading ‘Emily’ — The Newest Story in Our Fiction Section

Another Brand New Story in Our Fiction Section

Hey, if any of you out there know the story of Kaw-liga the wooden Indian who fell in love with an Indian maiden (also wooden) but never managed to do anything about it, you may get a kick out of Jo Boester’s new story: “Kaw-liga Gets a Second Chance.” We just published her story today. She wrote it for one of the Creative Writing class … Continue reading Another Brand New Story in Our Fiction Section

Thank You WordPress Readers

Hello out there, all you wonderful WordPress readers who have stopped by to visit our new magazine and have made encouraging comments.  You are a blessing to all the students and to me as the editor. Most of the students do not blog yet, and they are still working to learn the ropes of communicating in this venue, so please give them some time to … Continue reading Thank You WordPress Readers