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Interview with Author Tialla Rising

Tialla Rising is the charming authoress of Holding the Future Hostage, a Christian action/adventure with a sci-fi twist … does that sound exciting or what?!   1,510 more words

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On Being a "Teen" Author/Writer (or just really-friggen-younger-than-everyone-else)

Ned Vizzini raises an interesting point that “teen author” can become a stereotype that follows you throughout your entire life. He says:

One of my writer colleagues when I was younger, Amy Sohn, told me that if I weren’t careful, I would be in my 30s and would still be labeled a “teen author.” Now I’m 32 and the bio on the 

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Some Updates

I haven’t posted in awhile, which seems to be a reoccurring theme here. I promise I am this close, this close *holds fingers a few millimeters apart* from setting a reminder on my phone to make sure I post once every week or every couple days. 439 more words

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Teen Writer Bio: Casey Cowherd

Casey Cowherd recently contributed to our DeafKAN Newsletter, for which she interviewed and wrote about Michael Hubbs, Deaf Olympic Speedskater. We’re proud to feature her as our very first teen writer! 332 more words

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Tears of Petrichor

 

Seize petrichor on the shuddered winds

The essence of a lover’s retrieve

Within an orb of catastrophic castaways

Shipwrecked along the broken breeze

Lies a lissome figure of moondust… 12 more words

Inhibited

Let me love you.

Let me wrap your bones in cellophane

And ribboned padding;

Let me hoist up your sails and

Whisper into your winds and move you… 110 more words

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Unclarity

You are insignificance.

You are you and I minus the unimportant parts

And I am dying in a depth of pitted wonder

As you clamber to the brink and look down and, 140 more words

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