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On Being Published

Hello everyone,

I’m published!

*does a happy dance*

I was picked up by Pathos Literary Magazine for their Fall of 2014 issue. The copies just hit the stands this week and I grabbed one to bask in the glory of being published… 125 more words


Authenticating Ourselves to Death

J.D. Salinger may be the quintessential American author of the “authentic.” His most well-known character, Holden Caulfield, is obsessed with a “phony” world in which no one values innocence and sincerity, where people love bad movies and ignore true moments of beauty. 87 more words


3 Ancient Greek Tricks for Captivating Audiences

The concept of rhetoric originated in ancient Greece, within the writings of Aristotle. In York University’s professional writing program, it is covered extensively in… 357 more words

Professional Writing

Aristotle's 3 Secrets to Rhetoric

Aristotle defined rhetoric as “the ability to see or identify in any given circumstance the available means of persuasion.”  Aristotle breaks down the components into the Rhetorical Triangle.   199 more words

Public Speaking

The 3 Secrets to Rhetorical Writing

Flashback to when we all sat through a lecture or class where we were burdened with an overload of information. The lecture may was full of information but not exactly informative. 413 more words

Professional Writing

Saline Scripts...Ailing Lyrics!

Saline scripts of obscure past,
Tombed steadfastly to the last,
Signed up in amaranthine tears,
Varnished in lifetime of fears,
Enshroud to be vividly seen, 36 more words

Poetry & Quotes

Narai-Kanai's Darkest Hour - Rahxephon Episode 23

Episode 23 of Rahxephon is a very, in many ways, typical episode of mecha anime and yet as a result, for this point in the series, a very atypical episode of Rahxephon. 1,493 more words

Animation & Film