Publications tagged `WRITING`
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The Monthly Visitor Monthly Humor + Resources For, By and About Women 1
Tessa Schlesinger I am a world traveler and have lived in many countries, pursued many different careers including software programming, casino dealer, head-hunter, web designer, B2B Rep, interior designer and decorator, fashion designer and dresser, and more. I have no regrets. I did it all. 1
Write Your Startup Write Your Startup is a community of entrepreneurs and marketers with the single focus of building a business with compelling content. Regardless of your skill and experience level, we welcome you to this community to learn, network, and grow. 1
Erudite Discourse Literature, whether classic or contemporary, is an irreplacable treasure which is up to us to preserve. Here, we analyse and talk about classic and critically acclaimed works and their authors. 1
Ghostly Written Ghostly Written gathers everything useful to writers. Editing, genre discussion, grammar, and more. 1
Connections Personal essays about parenting, running, writing, and learning from Jennifer Osborne. 1
The Cranium Compendium A community of MPP writers sharing tips, stories, and all things Medium. Also, a publication for writers to publish articles that can’t find a home elsewhere. Join the compendium today and contribute to the growing database of knowledge. 1
Caña de Azucar A journal of food stories inspired by ingredients, people, and the land 1
English Op-Eds Note from the editor This publication features op-eds written by students in an English Class about solving on-campus issues. All work represents individual opinions and does not in any way reflect the opinions of any university. 1
The Satellite The Satellite is a place for the poems that come to you in the middle of the night, like a download from a satellite. 1
french dispatch A french native, aspiring writer expressing himself in English about marketing, golf and games…. 1
The Not So Daily Emma This is a welcoming and safe place for all people. Articles here could range from the benefits of microdosing to the tragedy of my clumsinesss. Happy Reading! 1
Down the Rabbit Hole: Retellings of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Down the Rabbit Hole explores how authors have used and manipulated Lewis Carroll’s characters, focusing on the characterization of the Queen of Hearts and the Mad Hatter, in retellings of his classic children’s story Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. 1
Wozon, Me ‘Ansoms? Stories, poems, and articles about Cornwall and the Cornish 1
Mark Tey’s Corner Mark Tey’s Corner is where you’ll find deeper, honest thoughts about me and everything I feel like writing about during my endless journey of self-discovery. An I hope that you can be part of that journey too. 1