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Archive of posts published in the tag: literature

A Tribute to Poet Andrew Motion

Sir Andrew Motion is a British writer from London, England. He was the Poet Laureate…

An Interview with Slam Poet and Writer Rachel Rostad

Rachel Rostad is a slam poet, public speaker, writer and film maker with a powerful…

Brunt Boggart – a Review

Brunt Boggart by David Greygoose is enchanting. I’ll be saying more about it, but I…

Lessons I’ve Learned Writing Fantasy

I backed and forthed on whether or not to namedrop the term ‘fantasy’ in the…

Squid’s Grief – a Review

I don’t read sci-fi. I’m largely a fantasy nerd, but I feel like a traitor…

Masterpieces Every College Student Should Read

If you are about to go to college you may want to consider reading some,…

Language and Religion of the World

The world consists of an abundance of languages and religions. People come from a variety…

The Summer of Broken Stories: A Review

James Wilson’s latest novel is a foray into the imagination, an exploration of creativity in…

Children’s literature: the dark impact

Reading literature has always been considered a vital stage in early child development. As the…

AJ’s advice – dealing with Twihards

I think it’s safe to say that we live in a society riddled with throngs…