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Literature was her liquor
“Literature was her liquor” — A Poem by Julianne Day Ignacio Literature was her liquor Love, just a lofty ideal Rioja wine filled her senses..
Confessions of a Tired Brown Girl
There are periods of your life that are in constant flux. Some would just call it growing up, but at one point it felt like..
“The Neophyte” — A Poem by Julianne Day Ignacio He thought himself to be a neophyte intellectual who lacked pretension and survived his existential dilemma. He..
Paola Proctor: Mixing MMA & Music
Introducing singer-songwriter Paola Proctor Most people want to know how Paola Proctor got into MMA (mixed martial arts). I certainly did and I made my way..
The Eloquent Speaker: The People We Meet (Part 2)
In Part 2 of “The Eloquent Speaker” series, we cover these types of conversationalists: The Interviewer The Button Pusher The Bore If you missed out..
20 Years Later: ‘Happiness’ Revisited
The Cult Classic Everyone Should See The banality of happiness—the state of being happy—is a unique cultural obsession shared by middle-class white Americans. Director Todd..
She was thrilled when the company transferred him to a new branch. With him gone, she wouldn’t have to expend any energy avoiding his dark..
“June” by Katalina Gamarra Water ripples across the pond as I weep for my forefathers. My forefathers who one after the other took their leave..