Lit Mags I Have Known: A Short Guide

Often I hear it said that the only people who read literary magazines are other writers. There might be some truth to that, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In a time where many newspapers and magazines are still not giving women their equitable due, sometimes it pays to look off the beaten path for new voices. Read More Lit Mags I Have Known: A Short Guide

Picture This: No Training Wheels, We’re Going Manual!

Okay, Persephoneers! We’ve learned about composition, we’ve learned about types of cameras, we’ve tried editing photos, we’ve worked on being creative, and we’ve even had a little fun along the way (don’t tell anyone!), but now it’s time to bust off those training wheels and try going manual. “WHAT? HUH? I CAN’T DO THAT!” Why yes you can! And I’ve got a few tools to help you do it! Read More Picture This: No Training Wheels, We’re Going Manual!

Book Review: “The Smart Girl’s Guide to the G-Spot” by Violet Blue

“The G-spot is not a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma,” Violet Blue writes in her introduction. “It’s a real, tangible thing [“¦] But for some reason, lots of people seem to think the G-spot is a myth.” In response to the oft-heard misconceptions about this place inside a woman’s body, she decided to write a fun, straightforward guide for anyone wanting to find out more, along with a few tips for the more experienced to try. And if one needs a little extra stimulation to go with the G-spot theme, there are also three short stories by erotica writer Alison Tyler.

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Getting into Graduate School: 101 ““ Part 3

In our first Grad School: 101 post, Kim left a question in the comment section that is a perfect segue into this week’s topic: researching graduate programs. Read More Getting into Graduate School: 101 ““ Part 3

How To Survive An Airplane Crash (for realsies)

When most people talk about an airline crash, you hear a lot of words like “fate” and “no control” being tossed around. That this is how some people will inevitably die and there is nothing they can do about it. Read More How To Survive An Airplane Crash (for realsies)