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Looking for New Contibutors

If you’re a writer or an avid reader, artist or creative professional, the odds are there is something you can do with the RRP Blog. We are looking for contributors […]

Writer’s Thursday (December Special)

Dear Rams and friends, Apologies from your careless blog editor, who was so excited to start off the ski season, she didn’t realise it was Wednesday. So, a day later, […]

Bristlecone Pine

A Poem by Chase Ambler The ancient Bristlecone stands gnarled and battered against the centuries. Each twist in its bark a memory of a fellow tree lost. The wildfire flames […]

She Spoke Like Late Autumn

A Poem by Chase Ambler She spoke like late autumn reds oranges yellows once fireballs lining streets casting golden hues below long fallen from shivering limbs now trodden in November […]

Writer’s Wednesday: Magical Realism

Really Magical Writer’s Wednesday with Chase Ambler The concept of magical realism is very interesting to me. Magical realism is a style of fiction that holds two competing concepts: the […]

Scaling Together

A poem by Chase Ambler                   Scaling Together Born in the forest stream, You played among the young Saplings of aspen groves. […]

World Literature Today: Someone Speaks Your Name

    “In this excerpt from Luis García Montero’s third and latest novel, Someone Speaks Your Name, Granada is gray, sad, and frozen in time by Francisco Franco’s dictatorship. But García Montero’s […]

A Song in the Wood by Nicholas Trandahl

Spring had settled fully over Apple Creek Forest in Franklin County, Massachusetts, and with it came a bright and green exuberance. The namesake of the woods, Apple Creek itself, seemed […]

Rains I & II

 A poem by Chase Ambler Rains I & II -I- The first drops lick the glass like highway bugs on windshields. Stirred by the rising winds, an empty grocery bag […]

Summer Events!

Hi Rams! There are a lot of exciting things happening on the blog in the coming months. First off we have all new poetry from Chase Ambler starting this Friday. […]

Writer’s Wednesday: Primal Practice

Writer’s Wednesday with Chase Ambler It’s always easy to slip back into narrating like yourself when writing. If the character you’re narrating from is not yourself then try to stay away from […]