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Dearest Readers

Dear “I’m Telling Ya” Readers,

I just want to say thank you in advance for participating in the very first issue of “I’m Telling Ya”. After many years of pushing this vision aside I chose to finally pursue my dream of starting a magazine and website about my biggest passion, sneakers. 204 more words

Cover Story

Game Set Match

Welcome to GameSetMatch a blog about tennis featuring interviews with your favorite professional tennis players. What do I love about the sport of tennis well there are many things about the sport of tennis that I love ranging from the passion of the players to the passion of the fans. 237 more words

Editor's Statement

"I mean, you're only like a 6 or maybe a 7." - Editor in Chief, Kelly Fitzharris Coody

As a woman, I’ve been on the receiving end of this indictment multiple times throughout my lifetime.

Certainly beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but this type of “attractiveness” judgment that society thrusts upon young (and older) women can send most of us spiraling down into a shame cycle. 657 more words


What Makes an Editor, Well, an Editor?

August brings more than just scorching temperatures that belong in one of the 9 circles of hell: it also brings SLM! And, with that comes CONTEST WINNERS, a NEW PUSHCART PRIZE NOMINEE, and….(wait for it)… 881 more words


Making Sustainability Go

Yes, the climate is changing. Greenhouse gas emissions are on the rise.

And cities are becoming more crowded every day, among a litany of other urgent global issues. 344 more words

Global Economy

July Editor's Letter: Faith is Confidence in Confidence Alone

Dear Readers,

Faith is a tenuous topic for me. I have a history of religious trauma, conservative rigidity and ritual divestment. The word “faith” triggers a series of complex memories along with an astounding amount of cultural guilt. 316 more words


The Dreamers: Part Three

It’s 2 a.m. and you’re lying on the floor against sheets of useless lyrics, ideas saved on your phone’s voice recorder, and bags under your eyes that slap you back in the face and question why on the face of the planet you are still doing what you’re doing. 358 more words

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