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A man paints chaos—

ripping his canvas apart with color—

there is no why—



I have watched with great interest and a very happy heart the young activist from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas School working to make a change in the gun control policies in the United States.   499 more words

The Sacred, Despicable "Rules"

There’s a ton of debate out there about whether there are any “rules” to screenwriting, and if so, what they are. Here’s my two cents: 883 more words

The Right Way to Remember Rachel Carson

“The house, on an island in Maine, perches on a rock at the edge of the sea like the aerie of an eagle. Below the white-railed back porch, the sea-slick rock slopes down to a lumpy low tideland of eelgrass and bladder wrack, as slippery as a knot of snakes. 336 more words


Learning to Love my Body

First, I think it is important to acknowledge that I come to this conversation with privilege.  I am white.  Black bodies face so many more challenges than I will ever face, and I acknowledge that.  1,242 more words


Wasteland No.1: Ardent, Verdant

Released: 2017

Available On: Showing now on MUBI

Director: Jodie Mack

Reviewer: Sarah Gonnet

As someone with flicker vertigo, Jodie Mack’s Wasteland No.1: Ardent, Verdant… 266 more words


On Being a Bad Woman

Shame is a feminist issue. Brené Brown, the social worker academic who researches shame, has said in various written and video sources, that shame does seem to narrow down to certain gender categories. 629 more words

Poems By Bee Smith