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Village

My hands approach the keyboard with a caution unfamiliar to them. I often write about things that are personal and only involve me. To write about something that involves the lives of others adds a layer of responsibility that I’ve not had before. 583 more words

Horizontally Divided

Today it occurred to me that my mind is divided–similar in the way a mind might be divided into two personalities or between two decisions, but my mind seems to be divided horizontally–and by horizontally, of course, I mean  existing either in a very earthly state of mind or existing in a place I will refer to as “the Above.” The Above consists of that very real understanding that little of these earthly, seemingly-important things matter very much at all. 471 more words

NonFiction

MYTHFEST: Women In Classical Mythology On The Stage

Mythfest is 3 short plays weaving 4 iconic women of classical mythology into one evening. We bring these infamous women into contemporary society and find their legends still pack a mythic punch. 153 more words

Women Writers

Eve's Requiem: A Review

I had the privilege to read an advance copy of Spider Road Press’s release Eve’s Requiem: Tales of Women, Mystery, and Horror.

Eve’s Requiem… 219 more words

Horror

30 Women Novelists You Should Know - #6 Sonya Chung

I’ve been sharing some thoughts about my favorite novelists. You may already be familiar with many of them, but I hope you’ll find some new favorites of your own in this list. 245 more words

Reading

The Heart's Prosthesis

You were different.

I don’t know if I ever told you that, but there it is. For you, I broke every self-imposed rule I’d ever created. 593 more words

Muslim Women