Ingenuity Among the Dead

Thursday Verseday with Arlinda T.S. Eliot once wrote “no poet, no artist of any art, has his complete meaning alone. His significance, his appreciation is the appreciation of his relation to the dead poets and artists. You cannot value him alone; you must set him, for contrast and comparison, among the dead.” While the statement […]

Night

The novel Night, by Elie Wiesel is a an account of Wiesel’s experience within the Nazi concentration camps during World War Two. He was fifteen years old when the Nazis came to his hometown of Sighet, Transylvania, and at his arrival in Auschwitz his mother and sister were killed, while he was forced into slave […]

India’s First Gay Web-Series: Romil and Jugal

CINÉMONDAYS WITH HARDIK ROMIL AND JUGAL (Indian web-series) Three claps for India right now. Well, it may not be the most gay-friendly country on this planet, but it deserves some love for showering love on homosexuality through its first ever gay web series. It’s called Romil and Jugal and it’s based on Romeo and Juliet, (SPOILER AHEAD) […]

Lucid Sight

Floetry Fridays with Nicole  This week’s poem is called “Child” by Sylvia Plath. It is an endearing, but saddening poem about the realities that children face when they are newly entering the world. We all face this fear of sheltering those we love from the scary and disturbing truths of the things around us, especially […]

I Am: A Poem For Inspiration

Thursday Verseday with Arlinda Sometimes we doubt ourselves; we realize that the world can be a scary place, and so we begin to fear what our place will be in the world. Life’s circumstances knock us down, and we may feel as though no positive end can be in sight. Will we be successful, or will […]

Jumpers: You’re Not the Only One

Kat’s Music and Comics Corner (Issue #9) Today was not a good day. I’m a chronic procrastinator, which really speaks for itself. I’m overwhelmed with homework and the stress of living in an overcrowded home is slowly driving me insane. I was thinking of covering the Talking Heads’ “Psycho Killer”, but I thought I should […]