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Nine Square Meters by Ksenia Panova

Yet another post with an ulterior motive! FLARE: The Flagler Review will be featuring a nonfiction piece of mine in their upcoming Summer Online Edition. In the meantime, though, "Nine Square Meters" by Ksenia Panova is worth your time. What I'm must drawn to in Panova's writing is her ability to create a crystal clear image of… Continue reading Nine Square Meters by Ksenia Panova

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Free to Read · Nonfiction Essays I Love

‘The Onus’ by Elizabeth Wright

I've got a bit of an ulterior motive for you in sharing this piece of creative nonfiction. Tomorrow, STORGY is publishing a piece that I wrote, so I thought I'd feature the incredibly company I'll be keeping by sharing "The Onus" by Elizabeth Wright. Normally I'm more attracted to more narrative pieces, but Wright does… Continue reading ‘The Onus’ by Elizabeth Wright

Free to Read · Nonfiction Essays I Love

‘My Mother’s Mother’ by Davon Loeb

I think one of the things I find really interesting about "My Mother's Mother" by Davon Loeb (published by Split Lip Magazine) is that it starts in the middle, with the word 'but,' as if we've only clued in to the story after it's been started. It adds a bit of urgency to reading the… Continue reading ‘My Mother’s Mother’ by Davon Loeb

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‘If It Had to Perish Twice’ by Ryan Habermeyer

 This piece, published by the Cimarron Review, really made me think. Not only is it highly relevant, it does an incredible job of exploring complex emotions that I think a lot of us can relate to right now. So, please read "If It Had to Perish Twice," by Ryan Habermeyer. I'll say a few things… Continue reading ‘If It Had to Perish Twice’ by Ryan Habermeyer

Free to Read · Nonfiction Essays I Love

Why ‘Dear Inmate’ by Andrew Maynard Is Awesome

Go read it first. I'm serious. Yes, DIAGRAM does things super small and close together, but read it. It's worth it. Now I'm going to talk about it at length. And when I say at length, I mean at length. Feel free to ignore me. My day will be made if you just follow those… Continue reading Why ‘Dear Inmate’ by Andrew Maynard Is Awesome