Tags » Sylvia Plath

APRIL is the cruellest month

The New York Times Book Review has a regular feature where two, usually very different, authors respond to a question like: is there too much violence in graphic novels; or, which Ayn Rand novel did you find most ridiculous; or even, what pop-up books do you remember from your childhood. 468 more words


A little motivation to get things moving...

“The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt”

- Sylvia Plath


first post.

As I lay here studying for my impending final, a friend from a class added me on Facebook. Seeing my phone light up with a notification (that hadn’t been seen in the five times I had checked my phone in the preceding minute) sparked my interest faster than a boy in a swimsuit. 436 more words


No sweetheart. Sadness is not your salvation.

Despite what you’ve heard, seen or read, sadness is not beautiful. No one will admire you for your suffering. No one even acknowledges the millions of innocents being massacred in war torn environments. 485 more words

Gleaming Sea

‚ÄúRemember, remember, this is now, and now, and now. Live it, feel it, cling to it.”

~Sylvia Plath

Photos By Iliana C. Hakes-Martinez