Find out more about authors Raynesha and Quincey in our Q&A interview Continue reading Q & A with “Toxin” authors Raynesha Pittman and Quincey Bowen
Falling In Love With All Of You Written by Juan Carlos Diaz Paint me with your screams, The walls that confine my Soul. So that I may understand the Dark shad of color that is Your heart. Educate me within schools that Are your wounds, and upon graduation I promise you that I will destroy The very foundation created By the men who hurt … Continue reading Falling In Love With All Of You. Poem by Juan Carlos Diaz
Poets, We are now accepting poems. We would like for you to share your poetry to the world through our platform. We are an open platform for inspiring talent. My partner Juan Carlos Diaz has been doing poetry for a while. To see his work on our platform and to see the recognition it has been receiving; we feel proud that … Continue reading Attn: We are accepting poetry Submissions
Neon Renaissance Magazine is a place where art lives. What does that mean in general, it means we focus on art from all aspects. Neon Renaissance is the future movement for art. We build this platform to showcase today’s artwork as well as publication. This outlet encourages artists to continue to doing what they love and spotlighting their work. We also shine light on start-ups, … Continue reading What to expect?
Interview with Author Keanon Chambers By Juan Carlos Diaz Twenty-six-year-old Keanon Chambers is perhaps one of the brightest literary stars to rise from Delaware’s underground literary scene. A native of Wilmington, Delaware, Chambers states that what influenced him to become a writer were the negative things that were occurring throughout his neighborhood when he was growing up. “I was aware of all the bad … Continue reading Interview with Author Keanon Chambers
Gone Writing By Juan Carlos Diaz She walks into my study, And notices that my face, Doesn’t belong to me, My eyes are of another, World anxiously, Waiting to be birthed, And awakened onto, This one, She focuses her, Attention on my fingers, As they dance to the rhythm of, Tap tap tap finger to keyboard, As bricks and mortar, Fall from the atmosphere, Of … Continue reading Gone Writing
Publishing Myths First-Time Authors by Juan Diaz Upon entering my fifth year as a published author, this is perhaps the most asked question when people see me in public: “Juan, how much money do you make off of your books?” At the mere sound of that question I can’t help but smile because I know that somewhere in that … Continue reading Publishing Myths First-Time Authors