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Ink-Filled Page Charcoal Anthology (Vol. 4)


IFP cover The year of the Ink-Filled Page Charcoal Anthology has been rife with dichotomies: abundance and scarcity, consistency and novelty, new and seasoned. Charcoal, therefore, is the fitting color to assign to this anthology—our production is neither black nor white, but dappled with shades of gray. The literary and visual art represented here rings true in that spectrum as well, reflecting times of despair punctuated with moments of delight.

All pieces originally appeared in the Ink-Filled Page quarterly online literary journal.

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Ink-Filled Page Charcoal is pure celebration, showcasing writing as diverse in style as in content. But make no mistake—no matter the era or culture represented, the writers featured between these pages all possess one common trait: an ability to bridge the divide between solid story-telling and lyrical prose that zips along the page, boundless in its capacity to transform even the most everyday experience into the sublime.
—Janet Freeman, founding editor of Rough Copy

I read Ink-Filled Page for the surprises, stories and poems that fill me with light, award-winning texts next to those poised to take flight. Ink-Filled Page is often raw. Its authors and editors unfailingly reveal hard-won insight, growing pains that suddenly, chrysalis-like, unfold into rare beauty. Dive into these waters for a refreshing shock, or two. Emerge smiling.
—David Milholland, president of Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission

Reading the works in the Ink-Filled Page is, in the words of Crystal LeFebvre, author of “Street Rat,” “like opening multiple worlds up at once.” The annual Youth Issue is an inspiration for young writers, seeing their peers in print; for all writers, remembering our first written works; and for educators, seeing the good work to which they’ve committed their lives. Enjoy!
—Shaindel Beers, author of A Brief History of Time (Salt Publishing, 2009)

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Ink-Filled Page Red Anthology (Vol. 3)


IFP cover Life is not primary colors. The canvases of life are swept with broad strokes and intricate detail, subjects ranging from yearnings for what we cannot have to rejecting what will not leave.

And so art reflects life. As we read Ink-Filled Page Red Anthology, we journey into the creators’ worlds, unable to keep ourselves from dipping our own brushes into the various hues laid before us. Lemon fills the sky when we look back on a land that was once ours, but faded sienna stains the life we never meant to have. And there’s always red—those people in our lives, both loved and hated, whom we pull closer in a scarlet embrace and then shove to crimson exile.

And after all that, we fade to white. To the empty page, waiting to be filled again.

All pieces originally appeared in the Ink-Filled Page quarterly online literary journal.

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Yet again, Ink-Filled Page surprises and enlightens with the depth and range of its newest collection. In fiction and essays complemented by photographs and artwork, the anthology is a kaleidoscope that, with each slow turn, shows us a window into this bittersweet enterprise that is so often the living of life. Longing for the unknown, the out-of-reach, the unknowable. Uncertainty about the paths many of us may or may not have chosen. Holding onto the moments when we feel safe. With the diversity of its honest and assured voices—including its vibrant Youth section—the selections in Ink-Filled Page blend in a strong, resounding chorus. Kudos!
—Nancy Flynn, Managing Editor, www.writersdojo.org

Ink-Filled Page is replete with the sorts of surprises that will sadden, shock, horrify, and comfort you. The anthology's authors—some so young you can't believe the talent and wisdom you'll find—understand that writing's intention must always be to make its reader more understanding of, and more comfortable inside of, her own humanness.
—Kerry Cohen, Author of Loose Girl: A Memoir of Promiscuity

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Ink-Filled Page Anthology 2008 (Vol. 2)


IFP cover Ink-Filled Page Anthology 2008 features fiction, nonfiction, and artwork from talented creatives from across the country and internationally. Themes range from worldly travel to exotic lovers to family rumor mills, and a section is set aside specifically for young adult contributors. Join characters in experiencing the magic of Mexican dulces and the chill of early morning in Vegas. Close your eyes and you may hear piano keys twinkling in the distance or elephants trumpeting across the desert. This anthology brings life to the page and the page to life.

All pieces originally appeared in the Ink-Filled Page quarterly online literary journal.

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The 2008 Ink-Filled Page anthology is an impressive, eclectic collection of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and artwork. Hearty kudos for assembling an entertaining collection of such high quality.
—Tom Hazuka, author of the novels The Road to the Island, In the City of the Disappeared, and Last Chance for First and coeditor of the short story anthologies You Have Time for This, Flash Fiction, and A Celestial Omnibus

Each anthology serves particular masters. What I love about Ink-Filled Page is how clearly it shows the way that strong artwork can enhance written epiphanies. I’m also impressed with the page-space given to young adult writers, who in this case are every bit as talented as the adults. A carefully edited caboodle.
—Sara Guest, editor of VoiceCatcher3, program coordinator for Write Around Portland

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Ink-Filled Page Anthology 2007 (Vol. 1)


IFP coverWhat better way to spend your day than lounging in the sun with your favorite literary journal? The Ink-Filled Page has stories and art for all tastes, so don't let another day go by without it!

All pieces originally appeared in the Ink-Filled Page quarterly online literary journal.

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