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Colonial Africa

Colonial Africa

I have always been fascinated by African Colonial history. My interest was piqued at a young age by my Dad, who had an intense interest in the subject as well. 309 more words


SAFTA to Pair with VIDA for Fall Residency Contest

Sundress Academy for the Arts (SAFTA) is excited to announce that they are now accepting applications for short-term artists’ residencies in creative writing, visual art, film/theater, music, and more. 448 more words



Touch me not, even with love,
Or I could shatter into a million pieces
Fragile as glass I stand,
Skin cracked,
And pieces glued together, 40 more words


Write I mean!

On trains and buses, boats and rooftops, beaches, balconies and the bottom of the sea, we writers will do it anywhere (get your minds out of the gutter please!) I’m sure you know what it’s like to have the Muse (or just the need to flex those writing muscles) strike at an unexpected moment. 104 more words


Just an Article - What is Literature? - #1

For the very first article of the blog, a.k.a. this-post-you-are-looking-at, I would like to start talking about a simple topic:

What is Literature?

OK, OK, I know, it seems hard to describe, even horrible just to think about what it really means. 995 more words


Why We Shouldn't Pressure Young Christians to Rush Marriage

My best friend, Dashaun Mckenzie, pointed out something really great while we were hanging out one night. In essence, he told me about how we rush into things all the time, when we really have more time than we think. 1,641 more words