5 Fabulous Ways to Make Writer’s Block Your Bitch

Lili Fishman We’ve all been there. Staring blankly at an empty notebook page or Word document, the blue lines or pixels taunting us, jeering at us, mocking us. Whether it’s for an expository essay or creative writing, sometimes the inspiration just isn’t there. Don’t worry! Here are five tried and true ways to get the… More 5 Fabulous Ways to Make Writer’s Block Your Bitch

Nine Poem Excerpts by Frank O’Hara to Start Your Morning

Sammi Bassman “oh god it’s wonderful to get out of bed and drink too much coffee and smoke too many cigarettes and love you so much” –Frank O’Hara   If you’re anything like me, sometimes it takes more than a cold brew to get the day going.  There is something easy about poetry in the… More Nine Poem Excerpts by Frank O’Hara to Start Your Morning

Five Government Control Books Turned Found Poetry

Amanda McCarthy Found poetry has been saturating the poetry world, from blackout poems to republishing snippets of sex offender law cases. Found poetry is crafted out of any work by rearranging, omitting, or just spacing out a text. In honor of the film adaptation of Annihilation by Jeff VanderMeer’s release last week, here are five… More Five Government Control Books Turned Found Poetry

6 Author’s Quotes to Make You Feel Better About the World

Andrew Katz Alright, I’m feeling particularly positive today, so I thought it might be good to think about some cool quotes from some pretty smart people and how they can put you in your feelings. The world can be a dark and scary place sometimes (especially at night), but you always have to remember all… More 6 Author’s Quotes to Make You Feel Better About the World

An Open Letter to the College Student Who Doesn’t Know Where They’re Going

Max Gasner Dear <student>, This letter is for you: the student who pretends they know where they’re going but have no idea. I know it’s hard to see everyone appear to have their life sorted out. Some of them may, but many of them are just as lost as you. I’ve spent years trying to… More An Open Letter to the College Student Who Doesn’t Know Where They’re Going