Category: The Spoken Words

Story Telling With Food — 7 Saffron Street

Some of you know that I had this wonderful opportunity to speak at a ‘CTPPA (Connecticut Professional Photographers Association)’ about food photography recently. “Tell Your Food Story Stunningly” was the topic I chose to package my knowledge and experience with food photography and deliver to a group of very talented and accomplished photographers. The amazing […] via Story Telling With Food — 7 Saffron Street

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

A Selection of Virginia Woolf’s Most Savage Insults — Discover

If the latest celebrity and/or presidential Twitter feud left you uninspired, Emily Temple at Literary Hub is here for the rescue with some of Virginia Woolf’s harshest, wittiest takedowns. via A Selection of Virginia Woolf’s Most Savage Insults — Discover

Micro-Poetry: Breathless — Urban Poetry

A Micro-Poetry, “Breathless.” After all this time, after all the mountains we have climbed, after all the raindrops we have spilled, you still leave me breathless. Goosebumps rise at your breath upon my neck and your whisper of “I Love You.” via Micro-Poetry: Breathless — Urban Poetry

In her own words: Mercedes Nicoll’s fight against depression — Team Canada – Official 2018 Olympic Team Website

I’m not afraid to say that I suffer from depression. I share my story because it’s okay to talk about… via In her own words: Mercedes Nicoll’s fight against depression — Team Canada – Official 2018 Olympic Team Website

Nobel Laureate Kazuo Ishiguro: The Kingdom of Memory — Sig Nordal, Jr.

Editor’s note: Hope Whitmore’s interview with novelist Kazuo Ishiguro — who was just announced as the 2017 Nobel Laureate in Literature — was originally posted in the B&N Review on March 3, 2015. Some novels are magic — not in what they represent, but what they do. They seep into your consciousness and seem […] via Nobel Laureate Kazuo Ishiguro: The Kingdom of Memory — … Read More Nobel Laureate Kazuo Ishiguro: The Kingdom of Memory — Sig Nordal, Jr.

Present-Day Witchcraft: Seven Stories About Witches — Discover

Emily Perper compiles seven longreads about the modern rituals of witchcraft and how they inform our past. via Present-Day Witchcraft: Seven Stories About Witches — Discover

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Proximity Magazine — Discover

Proximity “is a quarterly collection of true stories exploring place, space, and connections in the modern age,” featuring solid writing and a weekly blog post to help ease the wait between issues. via Proximity Magazine — Discover

The Power of Words: A Selection of Poetry from 2016 — Discover

Journal and zine editors share some of the powerful work they shared in the past year. via The Power of Words: A Selection of Poetry from 2016 — Discover

Building an Online Home: A Historical Fiction Writer’s Customized Author Hub — Discover

Novelist Julian Stockwin uses the Profile theme for his personalized author hub. via Building an Online Home: A Historical Fiction Writer’s Customized Author Hub — Discover

Shared Journeys — The Daily Post

For this week’s challenge, tell a story that shows the value of company. via Shared Journeys — The Daily Post