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The Story of Change: What’s Next?

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner No matter how we feel about the Grand Jury’s decision to refrain from indicting Officer Darren Wilson in the Michael Brown case, those of us who remain in the city of St. Louis have to live with the direct after effects. There are numerous national platforms to promote diversity and positive change…

Local poet and educator Jane Ibur releases new poetry and prose collection

From Lauren Wiser Left Bank Books presents author Jane Ellen Ibur, who will sign and discuss her poetry and prose collection, Both Wings Flappin’, Still Not Flyin’ (PenUltimate Press, October 2014), on Wednesday, December 10, 7pm, at Left Bank Books (399 N. Euclid). Refreshments will be served. One glance at recent headlines and the raw…

Proud to Be Consortium Releases New Anthology

By Lisa Miller The Proud to Be Consortium is pleased to announce the publication of its third installment to the very successful Proud to Be anthology series: Proud to Be: Writing by American Warriors vol 3. The Missouri Humanities Council, Saint Louis Poetry Center, Southeast Missouri State University Press, and Warriors Arts Alliance will be…

The Story of Change

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By Lisa Miller Publisher @ Walrus Publishing Words have great power.  Your words, your experience, your truth is powerful.  You have a story to tell as the unrest in our community and across the nation continues.  I extend to you a place to write about your experience and share it with others.  You have a…

Finding Your Writer’s Voice

by Dawn Bollinger Novice writers struggle to find their voice, actually veteran writers do as well. Every writer has a unique voice. Your writer’s voice is like no other. It is as unique as your fingerprints, voice patterns and pitches. Others may echo what you have to say as a writer, but trust me, no one…

Julie’s Book Review: Almost Perfect

Almost Perfect by Diane Daniels Manning reviewed by Julie Failla Earhart I know I shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but I do. If the cover looks like something I would like, or the title intrigues me, then I try it. Usually I’ve made up my mind long before I read the back cover.…