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New Debut: Powhatan High School Literary Magazine

“Through our great good fortune, in our youth our hearts were touched with fire. It was given to us to learn at the outset that life is a profound and passionate thing.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes… 111 more words


An Online Literary Magazine

What a great way to publish a collection of work–

Perhaps you can do something similar.

Instead of a lengthy post, I’ve decided to share a simple link to some super work published in Penn State Harrisburg’s online literary magazine. 57 more words

Archived Blog Posts

RudimentaryInc (March 2015)

I would like to welcome all of you to my website. Here you will be able to find updates on new magazines and any future events. 69 more words


A Conversation with the Editors of Nat. Brut

Nat. Brut is an art and literary magazine run by Advocate alumni, including former design board member Kayla E. and president emeritus Tyler Richard. The launch event for their first print issue will take place Saturday, March 28 at 6pm at the Carpenter Center and will include a film screening as well as a panel on gender disparities in the arts. 3,800 more words


Sometimes My Brain Becomes a Tangle of Shoe Laces

1. The thing about my job is about 85% of the month’s work is concentrated into a three day span. This makes the rest of the month kind of nice. 701 more words


Through the Sand -- Creative Non-Fiction by Kathryn Streeter

A Driving Lesson From Dubai

I posed a million-dirham ($272,260.72 in today’s US dollar) question: “Do the children of Dubai play in sandboxes?” Our family, newly transplanted from the Washington, DC area where sandboxes had provided our children with hours of fun in earlier years, mulled over this question the summer we moved temporarily to the desert metropolis of Dubai. 2,875 more words