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NaPoWriMo April 16th - We Cannot Help But Recall

For those of who don’t know, April is National Poetry Writing Month (somewhat similar to National Novel Writing Month – which is on November, so mark your calendars!) where the aim is to write a poem a day. 255 more words

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Oh Daughters of Fundamentalism, Take Upon Yourselves the Cloak of Self-Deception

HA note: The following is reprinted with permission from Sarah Henderson’s blog Feminist in Spite of Them. It was originally published on her blog on August 28, 2013. 911 more words

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White Privilege Conference

The “White Privilege Conference” (WPC) aims to create a “learning” community in which participants “engage” in a challenging educational experience as “respectful” community members.

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Pandora's Kiss: Chapter Two Continued

To Brenda, it was like somebody was turning the hands of time very fast. She was stood at the kitchen window, her arms folded across her chest tightly as she watched the sun go down leaving the sky a murky grey with only a patch of orange. 1,244 more words

Writing, Fantasy, Mythology, Mental Health

Pandora's Kiss: Chapter Two Continued

It was stupid to feel betrayed. It was no secret to her or anybody else that Sylvie had pushed Kenzie away more than enough times and here she was condemning Roxy, one of her best friends, for bagging him. 958 more words

Writing, Fantasy, Mythology, Mental Health

Pandora's Kiss: Chapter Two continued

 

Sylvie knew she was late. Even though it couldn’t have been helped she still felt guilty. Hadn’t she promised to be on time? But she’d had to know one way or another and she’d been proved right. 720 more words

Writing, Fantasy, Mythology, Mental Health

Pandora's Kiss: Chapter Two

This one is a bit long so have divided it into smaller posts in order to make it easier to read. 

Still a work in progress.  724 more words

Writing, Fantasy, Mythology, Mental Health