Dogeared

25 Apr 19
The Sandy River Review

By Stephen Ground Phil was dying. He called Sunday morning, when he knew he’d wake me, catch me sleeping, so I couldn’t lie about doing something else. Said to come right over. Hurry. I rolled, tugged on last week’s jeans, brushed my teeth, fed my cat and cleaned its shit, toasted a bagel but burnt […]

25 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

After a glorious Easter bank holiday weekend, this week's political parties announce their candidate lists for the European parliamentary elections. And oh boy, some of them resemble a police lineup where the crime is an am-dram group's adaptation of Carry on Screaming !. Let us begin with – I'm so sorry – the Brexit Party. […]

22 Apr 19
Unfold and Begin

I wish I could comfort you. I see that you’re coming to my blog because you are searching for phrases like, “When your sister is dying,” and “Help with words for my dying sister.” You’re here because you saw that I wrote about my sister when she died. You’re here because you hope I can […]

20 Apr 19
the trnd thread

Hey trnd setters, With summer coming fast, thinking about creating the perfect summer wardrobe has me online shopping for an entirely new closet. Being a broke college student though, that’s not really possible (lol). Luckily though I was able to find some adorable new pieces for reasonable prices!! Here’s one of my favorite new outfits […]

19 Apr 19
The Smiley Bee Blog

Hello! Today’s escapril prompt was ‘without your name, who are you?’. I found it pretty difficult, but this is what I wrote. Enjoy! Who am I? Who am I? Without a word to define me, Without the title which I answer to, Who am I? I identify as a pile of dogeared notebooks, brimming with […]

19 Apr 19
Daily Crossword Puzzle Solver

Welcome to Crossword Puzzle Answers. Our website is dedicated to Crossword Answers. We solve all the clues from publishers such as New York Times, LA Times, USA Today etc. Since you arrived at this particular page you are looking for the answer to Mirror Quick April 20th 2019 Crossword Clues so without wasting your time […]

17 Apr 19
A Literary Bent

Murals are on just about every building in the Mission District. It’s a bright and colourful, if somewhat run-down part of the city. There are a cross-section of people living here, but it’s a predominantly Hispanic neighbourhood. There are a few homeless people on the streets and a few “crazies” or people down on their […]

16 Apr 19
Pass the Popcorn

Emily St. John Mandel’s “Station Eleven” is a lyrical literary novel that feels like a comic book — containing the post-apocalyptic setting of graphic novels such as Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s “Y: The Last Man,” the dreaminess of Neil Gaiman’s “Sandman” and the nonlinear structure, symbolism and coincidences of Alan Moore, David Gibbons […]

16 Apr 19
A Word of Years

Aubrey’s nose, cold and wet, pressed against my neck. I was face down so she couldn’t reach my mouth. That was her preferred method of rousing me. She had become constant as the North Star, waking me regularly ten minutes on either side of seven. When I was eight, I lobbied my parents for a […]

12 Apr 19
Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Jessica Bakkers, after reading Mae Clair’s post at Story Empire, posted about five books that had, as she put it, made her, ‘her’. There is no way on this earth that I could pick just five books… not unless it was five per decade…  Or five for every facet of life… There were always books. […]

11 Apr 19
Justin Marshall - Blog

NOTE: In 2018, I started recording interviews with creatives (writers, filmmakers, podcasters, photographers, editors, etc.) in the adventure world. I’m publishing the highlights of those interviews monthly in 2019. In early 2014, Forest Woodward and I sat in the front window of a Lower East Side coffee shop, flipping through a scrapbook he had made […]

11 Apr 19
semi-rad.com

NOTE: In 2018, I started recording interviews with creatives (writers, filmmakers, podcasters, photographers, editors, etc.) in the adventure world. I’m publishing the highlights of those interviews monthly in 2019. In early 2014, Forest Woodward and I sat in the front window of a Lower East Side coffee shop, flipping through a scrapbook he had made […]

10 Apr 19
wordsillumine

A gush of words Spilling out That dogeared page “We cannot remain unattended so long” They hissed A dark dull pencil Made a dive into the pool A thumping splash And all awake Comma Hyphen Dash Colon and semi colon Inverted commas and full stops A communion is set on the study table Oblivious to […]

10 Apr 19
Tori Rask

I went to college back in the days before online registration.   This was the era when email, the Backstreet Boys, Zima, and body glitter, were the hottest new things on the scene.  And in those days, you had to call in from an actual landline phone in your dorm room to register for classes. Note: […]

09 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

Seriously, what is it with unicorns that makes all of us swoon? Maybe we're all just kids at heart or maybe it's the rainbow and glitter that get us going. Whatever it is: We heart unicorns. So when a national day dedicated to said mythical creatures rolls around, we're in full celebration mode. And what […]