📢 Raise Your Voice Thread: 10/26/2023

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By Raise Your Voice by VocalPublished 6 months ago 1 min read
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Our “Raise Your Voice Threads” are hosted every other Thursday at 12PM ET to offer creators more avenues to uncover exceptional stories on Vocal. As we are continuously searching for fresh creators and inspiring stories, this thread provides an opportunity to exchange and discuss the stories that have moved and motivated us on Vocal.

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  • Shoutout a Vocal creator you recommend reading. Include the URL of a writer or story that inspired you and why.
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We'll start the thread:

The examples of beauty in Sam Eliza Green's poem, "Who Decided What Beauty Is?", are absolutely breathtaking.

Now it's your turn. Share your favorite stories in the comments below.

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  • Dana Crandell5 months ago

    Dana here, AKA Doc, AKA Bro. I want to point out this one that was just published by my Sissy, Heather. It's a sad, but beautiful note to a departed friend: https://vocal.media/poets/wildflowers-282i40h2j

  • Atlantica6 months ago

    Let's interact with each other👍 great

  • Abdullah6 months ago

    I write but for fun only

  • Amos Glade6 months ago

    I'm not sure about a lot of other people, but the COVID pandemic and quarantine gave me a severe case of writer's block. I'm proud to say that I am finally coming out of it and have been writing with intensity ever since. I challenged myself to write three stories before the end of October. Here are the first two: https://vocal.media/horror/discount-tuesday https://vocal.media/horror/object-of-desire-20iw0yc4

  • A Lady with a Pen6 months ago

    Caroline, I write a little of everything: short stories, erotica, and poems. https://vocal.media/resources/raise-your-voice-thread-10-26-2023

  • Here's five that should be top Stories Donna Fox's 100th https://vocal.media/confessions/happy-100-posts-stories-poems-lives-lived Amber Annabelle's Coven entry https://vocal.media/fiction/conjuring-the-unknown This from Mothe Combs https://vocal.media/fiction/song-of-retribution A Joyful one from Mescaline Brisset https://vocal.media/fiction/jumpadayhay And this from Matthew Fromm https://vocal.media/poets/the-forsaking-of-gaia

  • Kendall Defoe 6 months ago
  • Novel Allen6 months ago

    I discovered the provocative writings of Alisa Innokate https://vocal.media/writers/the-alchemy-of-fiction-crafting-immersive-worlds. and other stories.

  • Doc Sherwood6 months ago

    Jūlija Bite is a name we've been hearing more and more of lately, and rightly so, for she's not only an accomplished poet but also one of the greatest communicators I've encountered on Vocal. With Jūlija you know that what you're going to hear, whether it's praise or part of a continuing conversation, will be a considered response meant straight from the heart. I hardly need point out what a valuable commodity that is these days! As an example, I can't resist pointing you at an atypical piece of hers, a superb in-depth academic consideration of Romeo and Juliet expressed in the kind of language that can be followed by all. I have a feeling you'll enjoy it just as much as I did! https://vocal.media/fiction/why-i-hate-romeo-and-juliet-sorry-shakespeare

  • Jay Kantor6 months ago

    Although IT Inept to put up links - Please see 'Original' marvelous creators: Shirley Belk and Rachel Deeming you will be inspired. Jay

  • Tiffany Gordon 6 months ago

    Also, I was pleasantly surprised to see a poem of mine be nominated on the thread twice in the past. Despite the two noms it has not received a TOP STORY honor. VOCAL, I'd like to share it again with the hope that it may be chosen this time. Thank you. Here it is:https://vocal.media/poets/not-welcomed-anymore

  • Hannah Moore6 months ago

    And this story from Caroline Jane just felt so warm. https://vocal.media/feast/the-legendary-potato-soup

  • Hannah Moore6 months ago

    I found this story by JBaz really captivating and emotive. https://vocal.media/fiction/silence-of-time

  • Tiffany Gordon 6 months ago

    Hello I would like to nominate Rick Henry Christopher for Top Story. He wrote an ultra-inspiring article on African-American Brothers throughout history that have accomplished great things. It is excellent. Here is the link:https://vocal.media/men/from-struggle-to-success-remarkable-stories-of-african-american-brothers

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