Practicing Hooks: Writing For Resistance

Because writing as an act of resistance often feels like coming up for air in a world that seems hell-bent on drowning voices like mine.

New profile picKovie is writing, studying, teaching, and living in the Windy City. Tweet her anything at @koviebiakolo.

27 Signs You Will Always Love The Harry Potter Books

Any orange cat not named Crookshanks is missing out on a prime naming opportunity, in your opinion.

Screen Shot 2013-11-19 at 5.59.36 PMElla Ceron is a writer from Los Angeles, now living in Manhattan. She tweets at @ellaceron.

What It Feels Like To Get Into A Car Crash With Your Ex-Boyfriend

It was like a sick joke, I wouldn’t believe it if someone had told me it happened to them.

Lucy locket is a 20 something lonely soul. She lives in London and has an amazing job but working toward her dream ...

Please Don’t Ever Change

He reaches across the table before taking another sip of whiskey and asks me, “Why in the world do you still read paperback books when you can just read everything on a Kindle?” And I fumble around in my head for…

625466_10101928666773172_2029661660_nJen Glantz writes stories that occupy a confessional territory where she exposes her deep love affair with New York ...

An Open Letter To The Cockroach That I Stepped On That Made Me Ponder Life Philosophically

It is freezing, eight o’clock am, on Monday morning. I walk into my office and I am extremely exhausted. “Really, how much is one person expected to do?” Has become a consistent thought, especially on this grueling Monday morning.

20-something, city girl living in a small country town, giving unconventional advice, and living with an open-mind.
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