Month: October 2017

Lab Noon — Discover

Saghar Setareh blogs from Rome by way of Tehran. Visit Lab Noon for delicious recipes, stories well-told, and Saghar’s distinctive, moody photography. via Lab Noon — Discover

7 Spooky Real-Life Stories Thatll Give You Nightmares For Days — ViralNews.blog

Andrea Boldizsar We’ve already been down this road. Last year I shared my family’s true-to-life ghost narratives , where nearly each member personally experienced something spookies, including my own traumatic ordeal. As I mentioned then, faith and sensitivity in the supernatural is common in South East Asian culture. Thus I would now like to share […] via 7 Spooky Real-Life Stories Thatll Give You Nightmares … Read More 7 Spooky Real-Life Stories Thatll Give You Nightmares For Days — ViralNews.blog

8 AM Wednesday by Jill Tabot — Discover

From Jill Talbot’s compelling poem, 8 AM Wednesday: “How are you? I am familiar with the question, but the answer always befuddles me.” via 8 AM Wednesday by Jill Tabot — Discover

2.0 Destinations — The Sophomore Slump

Japan (Current Location) [Okinawa, Kanagawa, Nagano, Shizouka, Tokyo] Greece [Crete, Santorini, Naxos, Corfu, Kavala, Thessaloniki, Athens, etc…] Philippines [Bohol, Caramoan] California [Monterey. San Francisco, Palm Springs, Death Valley, Yosemite, Joshua Tree, etc…] – San Diego – Los Angeles Spain [Sevilla, Jerez, Rota] Italy [Naples, Rome, Florence, Capri, Sicily, Venice, Amalfi, etc…] Rest of Europe [Paris, Germany, […] via 2.0 Destinations — The Sophomore Slump

An Unexpected Adventure: Recovering From A Head Injury — Deb’s Adventure

THE EVENT “This is not good”, I said to myself while lying on my back on the ground. A guy came up to me and asked if I was OK. I assured him I was even though blood was flowing into my eyes by then. I had slipped on the ice while walking to work […] via An Unexpected Adventure: Recovering From A Head Injury … Read More An Unexpected Adventure: Recovering From A Head Injury — Deb’s Adventure

“A HUGE Computer” — Saved By Words

The next summer I landed a job at the medical school, working in the lab of the scientist pictured above. This job paid the astonishing $400 a month for two months. I also got to wear a white lab coat. I had really moved up the job ladder! However, the work itself was no more […] via “A HUGE Computer” — Saved By Words

The Citron Review — Discover

The editors at The Citron Review, who all met in the creative writing program at Antioch University of Los Angeles, share a passion for the short form — “powerful prose that packs a punch.” They publish poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction via The Citron Review — Discover

Jazz Alive | Mayerson Master Artists Series @ SCPA

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Author Amanda Mininger on Coming Back to Writing — Discover

“I don’t recognize the words anymore. Who was I back then?” via Author Amanda Mininger on Coming Back to Writing — Discover

Computer Blues — Joy of Eryka

After Prince died last year, I was determined to start writing again. But every time I sat down at my laptop, I couldn’t manage more than a few sentences before having a panic attack. I judged my writing not merely imperfect, but a condemnation of what I’d done with my life. I was determined though, […] via Computer Blues — Joy of Eryka

The ground shifts — TLC’S VIRTUAL EXPRESS: A Train of Poetry Visits this Station

in eventide, when the soul’s passage ends Heaven’s sail unfurls as bruises bloom Clouds release a mourning rain Framed in a blowing kiss regret steals memories with broken cries confusing smiles The living feeds on loss Loss feeds on the living Confusing smiles with broken cries regret steals memories framed in a blowing […] via The ground shifts — TLC’S VIRTUAL EXPRESS: A Train of … Read More The ground shifts — TLC’S VIRTUAL EXPRESS: A Train of Poetry Visits this Station

Hooray for wifi! — Talking Rowlocks

It doesn’t seem that long since I posted last but a lot’s happened in 2 months so I suppose it’s passed quickly because we’ve been so busy. Ancient stone alignments at Carnac We had resigned ourselves to returning to the UK. The weather, as I have previously griped about, was not conducive to a happy […] via Hooray for wifi! — Talking Rowlocks