Talking on Paper

By Richard Mayne A respected member of a Cherokee tribe once referred to written language itself as “talking on paper.” At a campfire one night, not long past the dawn of the nineteenth century, he […]

Creative Writing

Becoming a Writer

By Gabrielle Plainte As a child, I started writing even before I could hold a pen. I wove stories about monsters under the bed and princesses in castles, fantasies of a three-year-old girl’s mind. My […]

Creative Writing

A Rebuttal

By: Spencer Schwartz   When shows on PBS run short                                   Another told his history They often fill the time                                               A childhood of abuse With poets reading poetry                                           Who wants to know of others’ woes […]