Not Your Typical Girl: An Ode To Tomboy Adolescence

Here is a long read that I have been working on for a class. Its about childhood memories accompanied by unplanned notes of feminism. Enjoy! A sanctuary. A place deep below civilization, made to give children—like I once was—a place of comfort. A guest room turned playroom that was the setting for many memories of … Continue reading Not Your Typical Girl: An Ode To Tomboy Adolescence

Critique of “The Pain Scale” an essay by Eula Bliss

For my last semester of my senior year, I am not only taking a media criticism class, but I am also taking a non-fiction creative writing class and I am thoroughly enjoying both of them. As a journalism major, I find that the two of these taken together will make my work as a writer … Continue reading Critique of “The Pain Scale” an essay by Eula Bliss