Poetry

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Why People Hate Poetry

Published on July 12th, 2016 | by wrose

http://www.poejazzi.com/10-reasons-people-hate-poetry/ Really? Do people hate poetry? Maybe they just hate poets, especially the weird ones. You know, the ones who go to open mics and read misogynist poems from their hand-written notebooks, about women who won’t ... Read More


Fiction

Mecca

Talk Blue to Me

Published on April 28th, 2015 | by Daniel Chacon

Blue Talk and Love: Stories, by Mecca Jamilah Sullivan Buy ebook at La Casa Azul Bookstore Buy paperback at Amazon New York City serves as the setting for most of these stories in Mecca Jamilah Sullivan’s ... Read More


Fiction

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Priests and Prisoners: The Writer’s Relationship with Time

Published on October 26th, 2014 | by Sam Calvin Brown

In a very interesting TED Talks presentation, psychologist Philip Zimbardo (who is perhaps best known for his terrifying Stanford Prison Experiment) discusses time. According to Zimbardo, people’s perspectives of time exist in three categories: present, past, ... Read More


Fiction

Twain

Liar, Liar, Fiction Writer!

Published on October 21st, 2014 | by 46 Clubhouse

  It could be said that the term fiction is really just a euphemism for lie, and that fiction writers are simply professional and socially accepted liars. But many believe fiction writers offer us the greatest ... Read More


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Sleepy Writers: Why Do We Care How Much Dickens Slept?

Published on October 10th, 2014 | by 46 Clubhouse

I recently read an article on Brain Pickings titled “Famous Writers’ Sleep Habits vs. Literary Productivity Realized.” I wonder if the hyper-healthy, miracle-cure, don’t-eat-that-drink-this, cows-are-evil-fish-are-heavenly mentality of our health-obsessed society has finally infiltrated the literary circle, ... Read More


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