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Mirror of molten eye

Lets cut your molten mirror eye
 the pain of anguish and beauty.
 Paper crux. Purgation and names
 Chalice of age,

A timeline.
 A loophole.
 Eutrophication of breaths. 61 more words

Ariana Harwicz on her first novel Die, My Love, nominated for the Man Booker International Prize

Silvia Rothlisberger

When the Argentinian writer Ariana Harwicz wrote her first novel five years ago she didn’t expect the attention it would get from the English-speaking world. 672 more words


Author Goals: Setting Myself Up for the Summer of 2018

Goal setting is an important key to productivity. One needs to set goals, have milestone celebrations, and be reflective as we go throughout our days and weeks regardless of the careers or hobbies we pursue. 1,134 more words


Blogger Bouquet #53

I was pleased this month to discover Milly Schmidt and her blog, The Cat’s Write.

A writer and a cat person – could I have picked a better blogger to follow? 187 more words


The Forbidden Wish by Jessica Khoury

Zahra has been trapped in her lamp for thousands of years until a young thief by the name of Aladdin rubs her lamp and becomes her master.  430 more words


Caught at a Sobriety Check Point by Candace Meredith

We, teenagers,

counted their faces

like they were shadows

stained on air.

And we watched

as one scribed the lessons:

like smothering ash.

And heard, on… 200 more words

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