How to Successfully Read at an Open-Mic

How to Successfully Read at an Open-Mic

How to Successfully Read at an Open-Mic Reetu Sinha   Imagine the scenario: you stumble up through domino rows of audience members that can be…

Read Article →
Media’s Role in India

Media’s Role in India

Media’s Role in India By Amanda Slemaker             India is a country very unique in comparison to many others due to their media’s role on…

Read Article →
Reading and Writing

Reading and Writing

Zoe Clandorf Recently, for a Fiction class, I read the short story “La Vita Nuova,” by Allegra Goodman. This quaint story of a woman’s struggle…

Read Article →
Walt Whitman!!

Walt Whitman!!

Whitman wasn’t a Transcendentalist. He bridged the gap between Realism and Transcendentalism. Realism is a style of literature that focused on the life of the…

Read Article →
Our New Issue

Our New Issue

Hello, We’re very excited to inform you that our new issue is up.  We have a lot of wonderful new poetry, art, stories, and drama….

Read Article →
Midnight Performance of Dr. Faustus Delights College Audience

Midnight Performance of Dr. Faustus Delights College Audience

On Friday, the Rogue Shakespeare Company finished its run of Marlowe’s Dr. Faustus with a midnight performance at the Blackfriars Playhouse. Coffee and donuts enticed…

Read Article →
New Site, New Volume

New Site, New Volume

The Managing-Editor is proud to report that all of our site updates are complete! Doesn’t our website look great? Outrageous Fortune will be publishing a…

Read Article →
Happy Valentine's Day

Happy Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day hurtling toward us like a painful cannon blast of love and candy, we at Outrageous Fortune would like to woo you, our…

Read Article →
An Editor's Guide to Open Mic Nights

An Editor’s Guide to Open Mic Nights

Hey everyone! One of the most beneficial and potentially terrifying things for those who craft the written word is the Open Mic Night. The night…

Read Article →
Shakespeare: Was he real? We are pretty sure.

Shakespeare: Was he real? We are pretty sure.

One of the most popular theories–if not the most popular one–about Shakespeare is that he never really existed. And this theory as one might put it,…

Read Article →