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“Nefelibata,” by Athena Belle-Fairplay (A Book Review)

I don’t usually write book reviews; as a matter of fact, this is only the second one I’ve ever posted on this blog.   My [unintentional] “celibacy” in regards to not blogging about other authors’ books persisted for a long while without any glitches.  It’s not exactly like I was

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I (Like Pizza Pie) (Original Poetry)

Naught I…     Flesh I…     Face I…     Bleeding I…         I…         I ripped my face from my skull today,   Even savored it slightly As it melted, Fallen flesh seeping into the crevice between My lips…    

The Quarantine Chronicles: Day 5//Day 11 (March 21st, 2020)

March 21st, 2020: Day 5 of my Absolute, Now-Government-Mandated Quarantine//Day 11 of my School’s Earlier, Precautionary One. Photography by Ami J. Sanghvi. It’s important to still think about things, and laugh at them too (when appropriate).   It’s important to eat the produce in your fridge before the fun, dry

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The Quarantine Chronicles: Day 4//Day 10 (March 20th, 2020)

March 20th, 2020: Day 4 of my Absolute, Now-Government-Mandated Quarantine//Day 10 of my School’s Earlier, Precautionary One. Photography by Ami J. Sanghvi. I think we’re all under a lot of pressure to do the right thing. The issue is that right now, we’re not entirely sure what that is.  

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Hibiscus (Original Poetry, from “Cerulean”)

A poem from Sanghvi’s fifth book, Cerulean. Released: March 13, 2020. Content warning: grotesque imagery, eating disorders, potential for self-harm, suicidal ideology Find more info on Cerulean HERE, or follow Ami J. Sanghvi on Instagram or Twitter for updates.

Denim Sentiments (Original Poetry, from “Cerulean”)

A poem from Sanghvi’s fifth book, Cerulean. Released: March 13, 2020. Sometimes, I try on these words like jeans. I squeeze into them, or else squish them into my small, flat palms, as if it is they who will wear me instead.   Alas! They almost never seem to fit,

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“Six Strings and a Bottle,” by Swan Workman (A Book Review)

Six Strings and a Bottle is a quick and wonderful read by Swan Workman which goes hand-in-hand with its corresponding music (as it seems was intended by the author). The writing style is, without a doubt, packed with a skill, sentiment, and eloquence that makes it enticing even on its own.

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