Writing Fiction

So you have decided to write a short fiction story to submit to the MoRe Prize, where Ellen Hopkins will have a chance to read your work, and you could possibly win a prize, but you have no idea where to start at? You came to the right blog post, friends, because I am here to share Casey’s […]

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Open Mic Nights

You’ve been working on a poetry or short story piece for what seems like years, and it is almost perfectly complete. What do you do next? Do you jump right into submitting it to magazines like the Mochila Review, or do you wait for a while, letting it stew in the computer and mock you? […]

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Staff Spotlight: Meet the Web Team

Meet the web team for the Mochila Review! Web Manager Lindsey Lucas is a senior pursuing degrees in English for both Literature and Creative Writing and Publishing. Social Media Editor Cameron Pike is a sophomore pursuing a degree in English for Creative Writing and Publishing. Web Editor Zachary Evans is a junior pursuing a degree […]

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The MoRe Prize, and Guest Judge Ellen Hopkins

Have you ever written a short-story (less than 3,000) words that you were so immensely proud of, that you needed everyone everywhere to read it? Have you ever written something and wanted someone famous to read it? If you have, we have an amazing offer for you, and it comes by the name of Ellen […]

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