Monthly Archives: March 2015

Davidson (a.k.a “Hey, Steve!”)

Originally posted on The Neurotic Song Architect:
By Tyler M. Bryant My good friend, Fountain Penn, is a staple of the music scene for the town of Davidson, which, for all intents and purposes, is Davidson College. I’ve been…

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Title Fight

One of the most important features in my writing are titles. Titles not only set the tone artistically, but they act as a marketing tool to gain readers who might otherwise overlook a piece. Titles make a story or poem … Continue reading

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The Women Behind “Selma”: My Grandmother & Helen of Troy

Originally posted on Dane Page:
The Judgment of Paris, Peter Paul Rubens. Driving down the monotonous roads of Eastern North Carolina lined by tobacco and cotton, I looked out the window from the backseat of my parent’s car and saw…

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