This poem was my entry in the 2014 Iron Writer Championship, in which I took second place: “The intended length of ever after” Finding a way to keep alive the allusion of your illusion is more difficult than finding a desert island treasure map X And if I thought I could see you again justContinue reading “10 second love story / “The intended length of ever after””
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Please vote: The Iron Writer Challenge This weekend I am in the big Iron Writer Challenge 2014 Championship – please vote for my entry “The intended length of ever after” Thanks!
My flash fiction piece “A Dent and the Other Half of a Smile” now available on Gumroad for 99 cents! Click on the photo to come take a look!
I am happy and humbled to have won the inaugural Iron Writer Challenge Summer Solstice Open. The Iron Writer Challenge (www.theironwriter.com) give 4 writers 4 days to write a 500 word story or poem – the catch is that the writers are given 4 disparate elements that must be included. This week’s elements were: an incubus,Continue reading “My poem “Kingsfoil” wins the Iron Writer Challenge Summer Solstice Open”
http://peoples-poetry-competition.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/3-dashboard-drawing-board.html Dashboard drawing board I do my best writing while drivingusing a dashboard drawing boardand rolled down window arm restwith a stolen bank ink penattached to nothing bya few remaining links of chainI write crooked words on the pagesof a drug store spiral pocket notebookand just as I would clean upbefore hospital visits to youIContinue reading ““Dashboard drawing board” wins The People’s Poetry contest!”
In the beginning I was a void but now you have become the light allowing me to find my missing parts (and car keys) now I want so badly to recite to you our future from memory and I know that if I lean into you and try very hard and lie a little toContinue reading “Poem: Anno Domini”
Thanks to everyone who voted in Challenge 5 of “The Iron Writer Challenge” – the pieces (mine included…) are still there if you weren’t able to get over there during the contest: http://theironwriter.com/the-stories/challenge-5-2/
Today I am happy to be spending time with author TM Brown. We initially connected via social media, and I have gotten to know her over the past few months and have found her to be a wonderful person – gracious, supportive, and a terrific writer. Her novel, “A Life Not My Own” is aContinue reading “Writer interview with TM Brown, author of “A Life Not My Own””
Hello Friends – I have a favor to ask of you. This weekend I am participating in “The Iron Writer Challenge” – I know many of you know this but just in case you don’t, it’s a writing contest where four writers are given four disparate elements – for this week’s challenge they are a coconut,Continue reading “The Iron Writer Challenge – please vote!!!”
The Germ, Volume One, Issue One Including my love poem “Paperweight” Available now – get yours today! http://germ-magazine.com/issues.html — Also, please check out my book, “Songs you can’t dance to” available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble
An excerpt from my poem “Two senses” “now that you are gone (have left) your missing voice is the loudest thing that I hear (in my head)” — copyright 2012 Steven Harz — From my book “Songs you can’t dance to” available at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Songs-You-Cant-Dance-ebook/dp/B00ATQW5XK
As you know ours is a yo-yo love we are up and down and in an out Imperial and Butterfly rotational energy held together by thin twisted twine we are equal parts Walk-the-dog and Loop-the-Loop but now I am made to Sleep and before I awake am sent Around-the-World over hill and dale meadow andContinue reading “Love poem: Yo-yo love”
“Engaging read. Harz manages to translate heartfelt feelings into the written word” Available at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Songs-You-Cant-Dance-ebook/product-reviews/B00ATQW5XK
Come visit Storylane and read my new story “Working on mysteries” Thanks! http://www.storylane.com/stories/show/1109072880/working-on-mysteries
Another 5 star review of “Songs you can’t dance to” Another 5 star review of “Songs you can’t dance to” “I’ve enjoyed reading “Songs You Can’t Dance To” by Steven Harz immensely. It is a book for lovers and losers. A book celebrating young love while remembering times of lost love. There is a storyContinue reading “Another 5 star review of “Songs you can’t dance to””
Proof for book cover is in and looks great!! Will post soon…
I studied you tonight as I if were reading and re-reading the Bible in Braille but when I came to passages reviling fornication I became a momentary atheist — copyright 2012 Steven Harz — “Momentary atheist” is included in my book, “Songs you can’t dance to”