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Why Stories Matter: My Introduction to NerdCon | Paula Reed Nancarrow  If you were paying attention (and it’s not a judgment upon you if you weren’t), you might have noticed that I did not post last Sunday. This was inadvertent. The previous week I made a spontaneous ...

Why Stories Matter: My Introduction to NerdCon

"Crazyhorse"   Quarterly  Literary Journal for Fiction, Essays, & Poetry

"Crazyhorse" Quarterly Literary Journal for Fiction, Essays, & Poetry

Infinite City by Rebecca Solnit via buzzfeed: A collaborative atlas of San Francisco, combining maps with essays to tell a community story of a historied and ever-changing place. #Books #Travel #San_Francisco

16 Books To Read If You Love San Francisco

What makes a place? Infinite City, Rebecca Solnit’s brilliant reinvention of the traditional atlas, searches out the answer by examining the many layers of meaning in one place, the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Everyday Other Things: We are looking for all types of content: audio ephemera, short stories, essays, wild ideas, haiku's and images that have a story begging to be told. If you're interested in creating something for the site, send us an e-mail, and we'll send you an image to work with and a three-week deadline.

Walter Crane, A Masque of Days, From The Last Essays of Elia, 197

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The Paris Review. Started in 1954, this is one of the best known literary magazines in the world. A quarterly publication it contains short stories, poetry, interviews, and essays by famous authors.

For "the good writers and good poets, the non-drumbeaters and non-axe grinders." We are a quarterly literary magazine that was founded in

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