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On Words We Never Left Unsaid

A delayed newsletter — November’s Wrap Up

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Dear Lit Up readers,

Here at Lit Up, we love expression. Expression of thoughts and emotions; expression of tales that need to find their place in the world. That’s why I will start with an apology for the delayed newsletter.

We have published tales of great beauty and honesty, from writers whose voices deserve to be heard. I like to think we do everything in our power to give each story a home that appreciates and respects them, and gives them a special place in our team.

This week we will highlight some of November’s stories.

Flash Fiction
The Park Singer — Amy Ward-Smith

Shattered I Breathe- John Cooper Hamilton

Into the Mystic- emma poe

Hunting Day- Ambrose Hall

Banker’s Son, World Builder- b. cherub

Electric Lake- Rick Post

Taking the low road- Jayne Davis

Peanut Butter and Jelly Miles White

REO Speedwagon- Pat Link






Don’t miss our Tales in Parts! There are some wonderful reads in there.


“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language 
And next year’s words await another voice.” 
― T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets

I will close this newsletter with a call for submissions from all wonderful writers out there: give us your brilliant tales. We promise to treat them well.

A big thanks to all of you for the amazing support.

Until next time, love, write, share — you can make a difference to peoples’ days.

Lots of love,

Diamaya Dawn

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