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Blogger By On August 14, 2019

Interview with Poet Alice Fawn – Installment 8

Alice Fawn is bursting with creative talent from her poetry, singing songwriting, writing, and even teaching yoga. Alice carries out her day in an art form with grace. She heals your body, mind, and soul through all of her creative work. Let’s dive into some of her many projects now.   How would you describe ‘Soft Fairytales’ in one sentence? …

Blogger By On July 17, 2019

Interview with Poet Robin Williams – Installment 7

This month’s Poet is talented beyond her years with 6 publications in just 2 years! Robin Williams’ poetry is as much of a fighter and activist as she is, standing for equality, lgbt+ rights, mental heath, and more. Along with poetry, Robin lets her creativity out in short stories, polymer clay designs, and hand-made crafts. This artist is just getting…

Blogger By On June 19, 2019

Interview with Poet Eeva Maria al-Khazaali – Installment 6

Today’s Poet is greeting us all the way from Finland! Eeva is well educated in the arts as she has studied Creative Writing in Orivesi College of Arts, Performing Arts in University of Bedfordshire, and Film Studies in University of Wolverhampton. Her work is now being translated into English and it’s an honor to be supporting her in this next…

Blogger By On May 15, 2019

Documentary Recommendations – Series 3 Documentaries to Skip

Unfortunately, not every documentary you watch will be a good one. Or sometimes you’ll watch a movie that you kind of enjoyed but you know you wouldn’t recommend anyone else to watch it (for me that Christmas lifetime movies hahah). These four documentaries don’t have any common themes aside from the fact that I don’t think you should watch them…

Blogger By On March 27, 2019

Quarterly Favorites Recap

Every 3 months this year I’m going to review some favorite things that have been going on in my life. It will be fun to see how things progress and change as the year goes by!   Favorite show: I just finished season one of I’m Sorry on Netflix, it was funny and I didn’t have to be paying 100%…

Blogger By On March 11, 2019

How to deal with a bad review

When you work really hard on something and make yourself vulnerable by putting yourself out there, it really rains on your parade when someone doesn’t like it. Art is subjective The first thing you have to remember is that art is subjective and many different people will have a wide range of perspectives about your work. Since reviews are so…

Poetry By On February 25, 2019

Crazy Good

And you’re going to wish you didn’t mess this up When you’re listening to the radio and they play my song Knowing that you did wrong but I still came out strong Yeah I don’t need you and I feel crazy good because I’ll be on stage living life like a rockstar And you’ll be trying to pick up girls…

Blogger / Poetry By On January 17, 2019

Tips for Writing Poetry

Writing Poetry is a creative and expressive way to let out your emotions and thoughts. The most important thing is that you enjoy writing it and it aids to make you happier and  healthier. But if you’re looking for some tips to improve your writing process then let’s start here!   Use Your Own Words Any time you see a…

Poetry By On July 17, 2018

My Muse

I wish i could write songs about your love And sculpt marble into the shape of your softness And paint you into the brightest colors. It’s selfish for an artist with you as her muse To keep you all to herself. You deserve to be adored by thousands and to be remembered well beyond your years.   -May 2018

Poetry By On March 6, 2017

Love the Artist not the Art

Im not a painting, a gallery, nor a museum. My textures are not on for display, you do not have permission to touch. My colors are not for you to stare and talk about. I’m not something you visit or pass by. Don’t delude yourself into thinking I’m something easy to leave Only a fool loves something for the way it…