Author: Katherine O'Chee

Poem of the Month: ‘Unravel’ by Katherine O’Chee

This piece is part of our ongoing series 'Poem of the Month'. Every month, the Writer's Edit team selects their favourite submission and provides detailed feedback to the author. Stay tuned for an interview with Katherine O'Chee, discussing her inspirations and literary influences.   Unravel by Katherine O'Chee she sees …

7 Clever Steps To Hook Your Reader Into Your Narrative

First impressions are crucial to any reader's decision. First impressions decide whether or not your readers want to be pulled into the world of your narrative. This makes the exposition of any novel or short story particularly important. If your narrative borders on bland, clichéd and uninteresting, readers will soon lose interest. Indeed, it's …

5 Contemporary Short Stories to Inspire Your Own Fiction

In the matter of few pages, short stories can capture just as resonant a story and characters as the comparatively longer novel. This makes them perfect time-fillers during train trips, during breaks between class, and during your wait in the doctor's office.  But trying to find short stories that will inspire emotion, provoke …