Guest Post: Blurring the Lines of Genre by Gwen Goodkin

Gwen Goodkin

It’s likely that anyone who writes in multiple genres has a main genre he or she identifies with first. For me, that genre is fiction. I’ve spent the most time and effort in the fiction realm. I am now to the point where stories emerge from me more fully formed than the stories I wrote

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Guest Post: Snapshots in Time: The Phenomenon of Human Emotion, Part I by Dr. Jodi De Luca

Jodi De Luca

As human beings, we have the unique capacity of experiencing the past and the future in the present. Our memories and fantasies allow us to view our lives as ‘snapshots’ in time. For example, all of us have heard a particular song on the radio, and wham… suddenly we are catapulted back to another place

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Guest Post: Lying in Poetry, or Hey! Guess What I Dreamed Of by Babette Cieskowski

Babette Cieskowski

It started and ended with dolphins. As a child, when asked by my mother what I dreamed about the night before, I would lie and say I had the most spectacular, mythical adventure doing something relating to dolphins. At ten years old, my innocuous lie was appeased, transformed into an inside joke between the members

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Guest Post: Too Complicated for You by Gene Goldfarb

Gene Goldfarb

The conclusion of an interaction with your doctor, or any doctor, or any other medical professional, is often likely to be a bill you don’t understand. We hope it would instead be your good health, but I must leave that to the medical gods.

Understanding a bill is important and should be simple. But the

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