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Changing the Rules

In the real world, obedience was pounded into our butts; discipline nailed each to the cross of his own days. I fought so hard to shut up and buckle under, but couldn’t confine myself to this tiny, hurting world that everyone else lived in. 259 more words

33 of the Creepiest Literary Quotes

Hi friends! We’ve been a bit slow on the posting this week. Dayna is on pup-ternity leave parenting her brand new adorable puppy, and I’ve been slammed with work (boring). 300 more words


I leaf again and again through these miserable memories and keep asking myself, was it then, in the glitter of that remote summer, that the rift in my life began; or was my excessive desire for that child only the first evidence of an inherent singularity?

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The object of art is to give life a shape.

Midsummer Nights Dream, William Shakespeare


Lit Nerd Level Up: I Got My First Tattoo!

It’s been an exciting week in the Agnes / Sam farmhouse! We got tattoos!

As you can see in the above picture, he already had one – a snake in a lemon tree – but he was pretty stoked about this new piece. 249 more words


World Poetry Day featuring a Literary Quote from Gwendolyn McEwen

Hello, bookworms! Yesterday, March 21st, was the annual World Poetry Day celebration. Since LitCobs doesn’t post on Mondays, I thought we could extend the celebration an extra day and feature the work of poet Gwendolyn McEwen. 241 more words

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10 Quotes in Preparation for World Poetry Day 2016

March 21st is World Poetry Day! In preparation for this marvelous event, I’ve selected 10 quotes from international poets. For this list, I’ve tried to put an emphasis on poets whose work wasn’t originally published in English. 274 more words

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