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Janet Fitch and the shape of a novel

One of my favorite panels from AWP 2017 included Janet Fitch, best known for her beautiful novel White Oleander.

Fitch, along with four other authors, shared her thoughts on the shape of the novel. 347 more words


Growing into My Self

Okay, fine I’ll admit it. I haven’t been reading as much as I should be. I blame my Faulkner-related PTSD. Yet I can’t stop picking up what the man is putting down. 838 more words

I'd Tell You to Kiss My Ass But Then My Girlfriend Would Sue For Trespassing By Zaynab Quadri

I’d Tell You to Kiss My Ass But Then My Girlfriend Would Sue For Trespassing

you say that it’s a sin,
a goddamned sin,
for my girl lips to touch… 397 more words

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Clear Water Waves

On Saturday this past weekend I went on a paddle with Preston and my little brother from Hendry’s to Leadbetter beach.  Paddle boarding is something that is super fun to do when the surf is flat.   440 more words



My thesis for my literature review is how did human rights during the Cold War came to be and what helped push the human right activist. 168 more words


Living Legends

This past week I had the humbling honor to be a part of the second Queen B Ladies L.i.T (Legend in Technique) Ball. It was organized by my beautiful friend Januarie York, who is also a blogger you can find her at… 344 more words



In this episode of MoodyTalks, I share about the moment I was mesmerised by the fire as I lit a match. I share my insight when it comes to playing with fire and why God has laid boundaries around us to enable us to live in his full freedom… 54 more words