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
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!
“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.
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