Poetry Perfection by Kayle

Poetry has been around for centuries. It’s one of the best forms of writing to release emotions. With thought and genuine feeling, it can be extremely powerful. As we venture in NaPoWriMo, I want you all to remember that being a poet is not selective, it’s something everyone can do. So of the best poets … Continue reading Poetry Perfection by Kayle

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Poetry by Emilee

I have always been in love with poetry. It’s hard to explain why it’s so special, but poetry is something that has always impacted me and has always been powerful to read. I’ve especially admired spoken word or slam poetry as it’s also known as. These were always the poems that hit me the most. … Continue reading Poetry by Emilee

“Finding Poetry in Our Lives” by Mary-Kelly

Poetry is all around us. From the orange that colors the sky during a sunset or the piercing pain that one feels from a tragedy, to even the dull and utterly boring silence of a math classroom. Everything has a poem for it. It is the outlet for human emotion arranged in a rhythmic structure. … Continue reading “Finding Poetry in Our Lives” by Mary-Kelly

Finding Your Inner Poet by Kayle

As March draws near to a close, NaPoWrimo lays just over the horizon. But before we can start our month of poetry writing, lets clear some things up first. Everyone can be a poet, and I mean everyone. Poetry isn’t just for the angst and tortured souls or those who have overcome insurmountable events in … Continue reading Finding Your Inner Poet by Kayle

“Why Reading is Important To a Writer” by Mary-Kelly

I am just going to come out and say it that I am not the biggest book reader. Most of the time, I find reading to be very difficult. I just can't seem to find the time or patience to read anymore, and unless I'm really into it, I have a tendency to grow bored. … Continue reading “Why Reading is Important To a Writer” by Mary-Kelly

There’s Always Room for Improvement by Grace

When I was thirteen, I attended a summer camp for creative writing hosted by Duke TIP. Some of the brightest, smartest, most talented kids in the country were there, and it was the first time I had ever felt inferior as a writer—and really, inferior in general. At school I had always received applause, praise … Continue reading There’s Always Room for Improvement by Grace

Making Your Novel Come to Life by Emilee

We’ve all been in that season of writing where we just feel so incredibly uninspired. We still have that passion for our story to be written but words don’t seem to be forming properly and everything just seems dull. I’ve been there constantly and it’s a struggle. We want to write desperately and finally have … Continue reading Making Your Novel Come to Life by Emilee