When I was eleven years old, I somehow got the idea that my family (and my best friend) should homestead on one of the uninhabited Aleutian Islands off the coast of Alaska. Committed to my inspiration, I perched behind my dad’s old typewriter and with one finger, tapped out a list of everything we would […]
Well, this is it. This is the part of being a writer that sucks so much worse than the movies show. This part hurts.
Or will Democrats sell out Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser, too?
“Our world focuses on the looks of girls and the accomplishments of boys.” At OTV Magazine, Angela Noel reflects on the gendered compliments adults give children, and how they make it hard for girls to separate their self-worth from their appearance.
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Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton