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November 26, 2018

Summoning Solace

a monthly feature by Agampreet Kalra

A team is one.

Inevitably succumbing the pains from different kinds of relationships, I recently realised a few things I would like to say. I don’t know if you will agree or not, but here is what I feel. Firstly, I fel...

November 25, 2018

A Victorian Dollhousing Ceremony Requires Friends

We have forgotten that we are magical, but all it takes to be is to remember.  I tweeted this today, and it really sums up best the way I feel about my latest book project.  Some book projects are releases of energy stor...

November 21, 2018

Messy Nest:

Messy Kitchens Mean Metaphors

Amy Alexander

It’s Thanksgiving, the season of kitchens. I have long been obsessed with ovens, cauldrons, copper pots and pans and the room where women have traditionally been left alone and allowed to create.

I have written sever...

November 20, 2018

Oh my God, u r Amazing.

Thank you always for you.

For all of your Selves - your Hells;

If it indeed plays out that

we can burn alive in more than one -

Let it conflag around us

for there is no other wound

I'd prefer to endure

Than the hot kiss of a Devil

who rents us a room;

Be...

November 16, 2018

Passed Notes & Poems

a monthly feature by Kristin Garth

TW:  non-explicit discussion of a true crime of childhood sexual assault

The Poem:  ((*Listen here!*))

Five Cents

would buy a notebook you must steal. Fifth grade

charade of friendship you might feel apart

of -- if you p...

November 15, 2018

A Novel Idea: Newlyweds Bring a Niche Philly-based Bookstore to the Lit Community

Tianna G. Hansen // Rhythm & Bones Press

with

Christina Rosso & Alexander Schneider // A Novel Idea

Christina Rosso & Alexander Schneider

Tianna G. Hansen:  First off, I must thank you both f...

November 12, 2018

Eraser Marks

a monthly feature by Robin Anna Smith

"Painted On" - Multi-media, Smith, R.A.

Palette

We’re halfway through Fall and my mood and productivity are waning with the sunlight. I have so many things to do, yet instead I spend my time lying in bed, toggling between...

November 7, 2018

Joined Journeys

a bi-monthly feature by Maddie M. White

Kristin Garth @lolaandjolie

kristingarth.wordpress.com

What mental illness do you suffer from?

I suffer from depression and anxiety.  Both of these are gifts of my genetics and upbringing.  As a child I was abused, liv...

November 2, 2018

Joined Journeys

a bi-monthly feature by Maddie M. White

Allison Haralson


What mental illness do you suffer from?


I was diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) when I was a sophomore in college. 

When was the first time you noticed it and how?


I think I knew I “w...

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