Great writing is alchemy—you take bits of entertainment, mix in some education, and add a dash of inspiration in order to create remarkable work.
“Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.” —Henry David Thoreau
Here are 13 reasons you should feel guilty for not inviting Idaho to your prom.
“In the beginning, God created man, but seeing him so feeble, He gave him the cat.”
Why are all 17 of these suicide-note excerpts—that were taken from real people who really killed themselves—so touching and poignant and insightful?
I have articles published on TC, I’m a frequent commenter on TC and I also share TC’s articles on Facebook and talk about them with friends: it’s a little awkward, but I have to admit that I contribute in a…
I think it’s time we all just admit that professors are effing hot.
And so to close out 2014.
Have we ever thought of what would happen to all those novels and stories if their authors lived today in our modern world?
Life after death isn’t the afterlife; it’s our life. It’s our life after the death of a loved one.