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,…

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Adversity

Science Writing: The Art of Nonfiction

Cancer is clinical. And the epidemiology of the Cholera outbreaks in early industrial England seems like a niche topic for a best-selling novel. We are…

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See the New Issue!

See the New Issue!

We’re up!  Have a look through and enjoy the new art and writing!

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Does author intent matter?

Does author intent matter?

Author intent is an interesting thing. When it comes to an academic approach to literature, it is essential to account for time, place, location, and…

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NaNoWriMo: Does it really work?

NaNoWriMo: Does it really work?

There is a pretty good chance you have heard of NaNoWriMo. National Novel Writing Month, the notorious frenzy of word count and caffeine driving several…

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“I could be bounded in a nutshell, and count myself a king of infinite space, were it not that I have bad dreams.” -Hamlet

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