Tag Archives: literary magazines

Time Consuming

I’ve been watching YouTube videos reading about manifestation through parallel realities, how envisioning what you want as reality can manifest it. Well, at the risk of sounding like someone who just joined a cult, it worked. Liquid Imagination published my poem, Time Consuming, today! … Continue reading

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5 Things Budding Writers Need to Do Now

Back in graduate school, a peer asked me what I planned to do with my English degree. I told him, ‘write’. His response was, ‘well, that’s what we’re all here for’, as though carving a career for oneself as a … Continue reading

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Finding Peace in the Little Things

Today is one of those glorious days where writing just flows out of me–including a blog entry! So I wanted to stop and appreciate the little things that make all of this worth it–‘this’ being the hell I’m enduring with my … Continue reading

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Would a book by any other name read just as sweet?

This post focuses on  the pros and cons of spending $20 on a 6 month subscription to Psychology Today to illustrate the point of the title. But please don’t leave yet assuming it will boring! I mean, it might be, but I … Continue reading

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