- Sep 26, 2022
Like Ocean Vuong, I caved
I first heard of Ocean Vuong two years ago. My cousin asked if I was familiar with this book, On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous, the first...
- Sep 25, 2022
I Tried Book Journaling and You Should Too
I’ve recently gotten really into tracking the books I read. I’ve always used GoodReads and just started using Bookly. Both are apps you...
- Sep 24, 2022
“Hey Louie!” - Kenny Beats’ Louie Revives 90’s Mixtape Magic
Donned in his signature cap and collared shirt, Kenneth Charles Blume III swivels around in his desk chair with a can of Yerba Mate...
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Tommy Bogo & the Evolution of NYFW
Many today are familiar with the very popular New York Fashion Week. A series of fashion shows and events that take place in New York...
- Sep 19, 2022
An Open Mind is the Best Look: More than an Ad
Winter early 2019. It’s the calm before the storm of 2020 and company’s are being shouted at from all different directions to embrace...
- Sep 17, 2022
En Plain Air Painting, Life Through the Eyes of an Artist
En plein air painting is a French term that means out of doors painting. In other words, the act of painting outside in the open. This...
- Sep 12, 2022
James Patterson's Great Big Book Machine
If you’re even a moderate reader, chances are good that you’ve run into James Patterson – the word prolific doesn’t even do it justice,...
- Sep 9, 2022
How to Farm Content from Your Dreams
Whether you are a poet or a prosaist, your next great work could be hiding in a dream cloud. You might say that you don’t dream, or that...
- Sep 7, 2022
Poet Spotlight: Pablo Neruda
Pablo Neruda, born as Ricardo Eliezer Neftali Reyes y Basoalto in Parral, Chile, to a rail-worker father and school-teacher mother (who...
- Sep 3, 2022
Poetry Through a Poet's Eyes
Tides by Mary Oliver Everyday the sea blue gray green lavender pulls away leaving the harbor’s dark-cobbled undercoat slick and rutted...