Review Of Graphic Novel ‘MARCH’

MARCH is a graphic novel by John Lewis. It’s the type of novel you should be reading and here’s why!

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Ten Genres Defined

What the heck is a genre? For a word we use so often to describe our taste in music, books, or art, do we know what it means? A genre is a category that we assign depending on focus and style. By organizing tastes into specific genres, we create rules that define whether or not […]

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A Pair of Poems

In 2015, I wrote a pair of poems I submitted to Aberration Labyrinth. At the time, I didn’t know what I was feeling and I struggled to express myself. There didn’t seem to be words for what I was feeling but I knew if I could write it down or say it aloud, I would be […]

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For Ryan

Dear Ryan, I know you think I’ll forget all about you when I move to Seattle, but below are videos that prove to you I won’t. We didn’t expect to be friends. In fact, our immediate fate was becoming Chemistry partners in Rong’s class. I thought she was evil and you thought this was funny. […]

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Elsewhere, We Became #2

Lena, You asked me how I became strong. How did we, of the same origins – of the same cloth -become so different? I recall shrugging and refusing to look at you when I said, “Some people are just born like that.” Isn’t that what I said? I might have mentioned that sometimes people are […]

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5 New Year Resolutions for Writers

Let’s be honest. For many of us, 2016 was less than what we’d hoped for. Maybe for you it was the opposite and 2016 was the best year by far. It’s all a matter of perspective. Whether we reach our goal or not, the desire remains the same: Everyone wants a change. As 2017 is […]

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Penny For Your Thoughts

Two am calls like a  Beggar on the street corner. I want to  Search for you, I want to reach out and Know that everything we have fought for  Was worth it. But I don’t even  Have a penny to my name and  All I hear as I pass by is  a voice rasping, absent-mindedly, […]

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