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One writer’s eclectic work organized as best she can

A collection of canvas painting of a young woman or young women.
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Thank you for stopping by my little blogging corner! If you’d like a more proper introduction, check out my About Me story. If you’re a new writer here, I highly recommend you write an About Me story of your own ASAP. :D

Access almost all of my work, divided…


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This December, I’m running a little experiment.

Each week, I’ll choose one question comment from an article of mine and turn the answer into a story.

We’re kicking it off with Bingz’s question on my recent article Today I Tried Not to Cry Over Spilt Coffee When My Day Didn’t…

On the continued legacy of Rachel Carson

Photograph of Silent Spring author Rachel Carson in 1944.
Rachel Carson, 1944. Source: Wikicommons.

Rachel Carson, author of Silent Spring (1962), brought to the American public’s attention the hazards of pesticide use on the environment. By tackling a smaller part of a larger dilemma, Carson gained both negative and positive attention from scientists, politicians, industry, and the public.

In Silent Spring, Carson displayed her…

Top nichewitch, aka, nicheless or crossniche writers

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I’m grateful for creatives finally finding our space on this platform. I also find it hard to keep up sometimes. The following accounts demonstrate why it’s always worth reading material from the new blood.

This is my second annual list of top, rising writers. In the inaugural edition, I pointed…

The masters had similar influences and wildly different results

Salvador Dali’s The Hallucinogenic Toreador
The Hallucinogenic Toreador by Salvador Dali. Source: WikiArt. 1968–1970.

The artwork of Henri Matisse and Salvador Dali seem galaxies apart, but when we look carefully, we see that the beginning works of each artist have striking similarities. The two artists ultimately moved in unique directions as their careers advanced. Matisse’s portrait painting Andre Derain (fig. 1) and Dali’s Self-Portrait…

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