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Issue 8

The Summer 2015 Issue of Psychopomp Magazine is now available.

Prose by Jaclyn Watterson, Shelly Weathers, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Lisa Nohner, Anton Ivanov, and Melissa McDaniel. 19 more words


Steering the trait bandwagon

Although the notion “bandwagon” technically only means something that is rapidly growing in popularity, calling a scientific research program a bandwagon  carries several more connotations. These include the idea that it will crash (people will abandon it) and that people are piling in because they perceive the research program as a way to do something that is “easy” (or even formulaic) but still get in a good journal (i.e. 2,598 more words


How Do You Hug a Whale?

I had a great big post planned, friends.

Like early fireworks kabooming.

1500 words worth of my cry for this dear mixed-up country of mine. 579 more words


$200 Million Went to House Members to Pass Fast Track – Here's Who Took the Cash

By Paola Casale for OP-ED NEWS

Many think our government is for sale. However, by taking a look at the facts below provided by Open Secrets, it is easy to understand where they are coming from. 442 more words


The Little Things...

Truth: My body likes to convince me I’m weird.

Before I came to study abroad, I was back and fourth to the doctors.  I kept getting abscesses – no I know that this is gross but its part of my story.  229 more words



Uncertainty can be difficult.  It’s probably safe to say many of us like to know what to expect.  It’s nice to know what’s coming and have things planned out.   94 more words