Awaiting Fate (Quest) – Special Event Edition — in medias res by Melinda Kucsera

Time grabbed Irene, flung her through cracks in the past but is she falling towards the present day where she belongs?

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Throwback of when I actually liked being in front of a camera — kelzbelzphotography

Now I will if I have to. Introducing baby kelzbelzphotography

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Sam van Zweden on “Small Acts of Disappearance: Essays on Hunger,” by Fiona Wright — Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies

Writing the body is tough. As a thing with defined borders (like skin), and further borders within those borders (those we’re socialised to obey) that we dare not trespass against, it’s particularly tough to write the body in an open, curious, and freeing way. In attempting to write my own body, I constantly bump up […]

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Jose Padua: Amused and Delighted under the Falling Sky — Vox Populi

Poetry is fundamental like raw fish. Not everyone likes it, but for those who do partake there are benefits, not all of which are about beauty and music and elegance of thought. Whenever I take a bite of raw fish I feel like I’m not just feeding my face, but my soul as well, though […]

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Damn it — kelzbelzphotography

So about 3 or so weeks ago I noticed pain in my lower back on one side, twinges came and went. Started doing stretches etc. Hubbies done training in massage and sports. So helped me. Me being me avoided doctors and still do housework etch. The pain got worse then after a week n a […]

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