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
Category: The Spoken Words
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
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.
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
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