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On Generation Maybe

We are proud to announce our first publication here at Generation Maybe. The publication is k.d. taylor’s chapbook “guttermouth”. This is preceded by a series of photographs and art work(featured at http://society6.com/generationmaybe and deerwoodtrail.tumblr.com). 47 more words


I Am Disappeared

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 Relating to people is incredibly difficult when you don’t always feel like a person, yourself.

Some days I wake up feeling very unreal. 999 more words

Creative Nonfiction

The Biggest Influence on my Life

Summer going into senior year, I was hard at work on my college applications. Sure, my grades were good but they were not phenomenal. Sure, I had extra curriculars, but I did not have that many activities compared to other people in my grade. 886 more words

Down With the Essay

The following is a conversation I had last Sunday via text with my fourteen-year old brother, Joshua. I’ve edited it for grammar so that we can read it more easily. 1,203 more words

Essays Are A B****!

Hello people! 

It’s been a looooong time we know! *Sad Face* And unfortunately it might last longer. To be honest you’re lucky I’ve found the time to write this quick post! 126 more words

The Agony and the Impotence: 12 Monkeys (1995)

Terry Gilliam is, to my mind, the most important fantasist in the movies, a magician whose finest work is the cinematic equivalent of a novel by William Kotzwinkle or E.L. 1,302 more words

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Who started the Cold War? The USA or the Soviet Union?

Lasting nearly half a century, the Cold War was the series of confrontations between the USSR and the USA, the two superpowers of the world, that never quite boiled over into a ‘hot war’. 1,513 more words