Lewiston Writers’ Group member, Robert Kerins, has published his 6th crime novel! Deliver Them From Evil With no help from his parents, eleven-year-old David runs away to be free of the too familiar attentions of Father Jim. He’s returned home to his abusive father and must serve the priest as his altar boy and plaything. … Continue reading New Novel by Robert Kerins – Deliver Them From Evil
John S. Bis, one of the founding members of the Lewiston Writers’ Group, passed away on July 25, 2018. John’s influence, his priceless feedback, his sense of humor, his willingness to help others – along with his brilliant writing ability, will be greatly missed. Visitation will take place at MESNEKOFF FUNERAL HOME, 8630 Transit Rd., … Continue reading Lewiston Writers’ Group Mourns the Loss of John S. Bis
Our 10-Year Anniversary Publication, “Lewiston Writers’ Group – Celebrating 10 Years” is now available for purchase on Amazon!
The excessive repetition of the word, SEX, Has caused me headache, Deforming my brain, Displacing the physics and mathematics, Arousing the long lost desires, And thriving me to lose the long preserved virginity, But how, May lord provide me the answers.
It’s not as if I knew you, I never touched your face, It’s not as if we spoke one time, Or where ever in the same place. How I wish I knew your story, That I heard it from your side, Not just the good, but the bad times too, Nothing would take away my … Continue reading Uncle Fred – Poem by Hay Ley
“Create. Not for the money. Not for the fame. Not for the recognition. But for the pure joy of creating something and sharing it.” ― Ernest Barbaric Creating fiction is my passion and joy. Who is better at fantasy and seeing the world as it could be than children? Each year I work with kids in … Continue reading Support the Niagara County Bookmakers
I was born with a face less fair, God painted me with charcoal, they said! So by now you get it, I’m black! A progeny of the slaves, a colour of destruction and evil fate! My colour became my identity of atrocious diabolical mind, Too young to understand, the world of a bogging vainglorious land. … Continue reading Yes, I Am Black – Poem by Sneha Wassan
Life is never what it may seem, And it certainly isn’t peaches and cream. Standing in a sunbeam, “Life is perfect,” one may think, Then into the water, down they sink.
To move on in your life you can’t let the past define you. As life is too short to carry so much sadness with you. Learn from your past lesson and leave them behind you. Even if the pain is so hard to deal with that no words can describe. Watching the person you loved … Continue reading Moving On in Life – Poem by Dominic Houlihan
As I sit at the beach the beach with so many memories I stare at the spot where we once kissed. A memory I wish would leave me as I was forgotten so easily. As I know your love for me wasn’t real they way you gave your heart away to someone else just to … Continue reading Time – Poem by Dominic Houlihan