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by Paige Reinsel • 7 comments
Though we many not often stop to consider it, the notion and practice of translating literature is not foreign to us. Some of the most famous literary and historical works, such as the Bible, The Comm...
by Alex Cabal • 6 comments
We're going to keep this post short and sweet. Inside you’ll find a list of April contest entrants for you to read and vote on and the Critiquer of the Month award. Read on for details!
Contest Entries Well folks, another month, another contest, and more great entries. This month's Flash Fiction contest is now closed to entries, and we'll have the results up by May 7th. For your...
While passing through Barnes and Noble the other day, I arrived upon something of a paradox in American media. As far as we’ve come as a free society, we’re really not communicating very much. By tha...
by Paige Reinsel • 2 comments
Literature is more than just storytelling. In order to get the most out of a work, one should go beyond reading the words on a page and think in terms of a deeper meaning. And though most books, poe...
by Paige Reinsel • 4 comments
For literature lovers, hearing the phrase “Oh, I’ll just see the movie instead of read the book” can be pretty aggravating. There seems to be a dangerous yet accepted notion that a film can portray t...
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