Fellow writer Emily Anne shares her thoughts on being an editorial intern. I used to love creating newspapers out of paper and markers for the kids in my neighborhood, and newsletters out of a Word document (complete with clip art) for my friends. I never knew, though, that one day I would actually have internships […]
A piece published in the Victoria Gazette about a local Minnesota neighborhood, and the importance of names. The Fancy Chevalle No offense to the residents of the fancy neighborhood Chevalle––it appears to be a great place to live. Adjacent to the neighborhood Wintergreen, and across from the Deer Run golf course, Chevalle is a spacious […]
As artists, how do we know which ideas to keep––and which to toss?
At what temperature does paper burn? 451 degrees fahrenheit! Well, according to the legendary writer Ray Bradbury, that is. One of his most notable works, Fahrenheit 451, is set in a dystopian universe where mindless TV shows obsess their viewers and dull their minds, while war rages right outside their windows. Books are feared. And […]
Please enjoy this poem by guest writer Luke Wood. Glass (Original) I stand here before you as you see through me You can see every trial and tribulation You know my next move as I am about to move One touch of you can make me more visible to all And a different touch could […]
Please enjoy this poem by guest writer Luke Wood. Anonymous (Original) In a world well known, I remain anonymous Why be moral in a world that’s ambiguous Why hide when I can remain conspicuous Why have one when I can be promiscuous Why build a world that’s easy to turn to dust Why build love […]