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Legendary: Robert Marazas shares the source of his inspiration

Once I had the main character fleshed out, his journey to the end of the story seemed to flow naturally to its bittersweet conclusion.

And on that note: Robert Marazas submits chapter two

Here trumpeter Horatio does a photo-op rather than rehearsing, abdicating a part in the band to Brad Chance     Literati! Five finalists are now competing for $250 and blogging rights–oops!–bragging rights in our contest, Once Upon a Time, which challenges each author to actually follow through with that banter at the last cocktail party […]

The FINAL final semifinalist, Robert Marazas, blows his horn Once Upon a Time

(“What’s in Buffalo?”…check out his horn) Literati! Today, I am older and wiser.  My bidet wa—oops~! B-Day was yesterday.  So I am hoping the time has come for me to put aside the follies of youth and get back down to biz with A Word with You Press. Robert Marazas is a duly qualified semi-finalist, […]

“He was bad. He was trouble, and he was beautiful.” Robert Marazas enters our contest

(Chet Baker huddled over his horn before the music explodes. The quote in the title is from the video at the end of Robert’s contest submission. Read his entry, and view the clip) Ladies and Gentlemen of the Literati! A Word with You Press is proud to introduce a new writer into our contest, Robert […]