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Letter from the Editor—September 2016

Silence is a powerful thing. I’m thinking of a striking image that has recently been making the rounds on social media and the web; it shows a small boy standing with his arms spread in front of a protest march of thousands of people. 839 more words

Letter From The Editor

Am I, dare I suggest it, coming...UNHINGED? - Editor in Chief, Kelly Fitzharris Coody

No.

I’m not.

“What an egomaniac. Way not worth the trouble. Unfriending you.” -Edited. [ 4:43 P. M. , Central Time. ] He wrote this comment about a post I wrote on my Facebook page in response to a slew of pornography being shared on my timeline, in messages to me, and quite a few people who have a “redhead fetish” and wanted to ask me inappropriate questions. 339 more words

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Picking Your Battles

Dear sweet, sweet, easily-angered, former push-over (Me… yeah.),

I am so proud of you. Do you remember what it felt like when you slapped that boy in sixth grade because he cut ahead of you in the lunch line and then taunted you? 850 more words

Anxiety

YR NOT 17 ANYMORE

+ YR NOT DEAD EITHER

No matter what Abba say being 17 is shit. I was still drinking Magners when I was 17 and I didn’t have a personality. 365 more words

Letter From The Editor

Mental Health and Preservation of Both MY Sanity and Melissa's - Editor in Chief, Kelly Coody

SLM Team:

Things have become quite overwhelming in the past few weeks for both myself and for Melissa. My book, Unhinged, has just officially gone “live,” meaning, it has shipped to readers, writers, everyone. 415 more words

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Why the Disappearance of the Independent Press is Good News for YOU

a letter from the PMC Literary Division Editor-in-Chief

Writers have been making the same argument against the publishing industry for years. Many historians, however, have made significant headway by making one thing perfectly clear. 233 more words

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Lettider: Welcome One and All to the 2016-2017 School Year

The students are moved in, professors are settled back into their offices, everyone is rolling around in the new desks in Kirby, we are back Illinois College! 365 more words

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