Writer’s Wheel Magazine Issue 7

We are now in mid-autumn, and the leaves are turning a gorgeous kaleidoscope of rich reds, bronze and gold. And we also have a lovely autumnal cover for which we thank tonal artist and writer Stuart Davies.

In this issue, Roderick Vincent discusses the changing character of literary fiction in “Writing Dystopian”. In “Symbolism and Motif in Your Writing”, Maria Moloney talks about how you can use symbols and motif with great effect to enhance your writing. And Jane Bailey Bain in the second part of her two part article “Writing from Life” discusses how you can use your experience of real people to write convincing speech. Other articles include regular contributor Simon Whaley with his article “Dating with Non-fiction”, Carolyn Mathews on “To Plot or Not to Plot”, and a great “Editing Checklist” from Glynis Scrivens. And not to forget author Andrez Bergen who discusses being the “Slave of the Cannibal God”. His new novel Small Change is one of Chicago News’s Most Anticipated Books for Fall and Beyond!

You will also find poetry and short stories as well as other helpful articles and tips in this issue.

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Writers Wheel Magazine Issue 7 Mid-Autumn 2015

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