What Is Speculative Fiction?


We’ve been pumping out Twitter and IG posts left and right, hollering about speculative fiction all over the place! At Lemons & Gold Publishing, we are in the business of publishing stories by Black authors who write speculative fiction. We have been saying that over and over and over and we know that some of […]

Khali’s Corner: Grad School & Writing


Hey, y’all! This has been a crazy 2 years, and I hope that if you’re reading this, that you are somewhere safe, warm, and feeling loved (and if not, then I love you!) With that being said, I’m starting a small segment called Khali’s Corner where I will give a few updates about myself and […]

5 Ways to Become a Better Writer


Whether you’re a writer already, or you’re just getting started, there is always room for improvement. There are so many resources all over the interwebs that can tell you how to become a better writer; but, you came to Lemons & Gold for this information, so it’s gonna come with a little added flavor as […]

What’s an MFA in Creative Writing?


Okay, so this one is for my people who are SUPER passionate about writing! And when I say passionate, I mean: you EXIST for writing the plot outlines for your stories, you act out the characters in your novel, you bleed literary devices and creativity! You might have family and friends, or even your dog, […]

5 Ways to Get Rid of Writer’s Block


Don’t you hate when you know you should be writing, but you just can’t think of anything to write? Maybe you have an essay to write for class? Or, you have a novel to finish? A presentation or speech to give? There are many articles out there about this topic, but you came to Lemons […]

What Can You Do With an English Degree?


If you’re currently in college and you’re an English major, you’ve more than likely become familiar with some of the questions that English majors get asked so frequently: “What are you gonna do with that degree?” “Why didn’t you pick a STEM major? Humanities are useless!” “Soooo, you’re gonna be a teacher?” Well, as a […]