Opuntia ficus-indica cactus, the prickly pear (figuier de barbarie), with its violet fruit

Writing in Conversation

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It was 2016. I’d lived in New York City for almost four years. I was still working on a YA manuscript that I started writing four years ago during NaNoWriMo. I’d had one short story published in a magazine, but that was a while back...

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Wolf

Newfound Journal Volume 12

 

The luxury apartment market in Brooklyn has become oversaturated, according to The New York Times Sunday Review.

That makes sense, I think, sinking my teeth into multigrain toast...

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Interview with 
Elishia Merricks

Lunch Ticket

Audiobooks were originally introduced into my reading practice out of necessity. These are books that I could read while folding laundry, washing dishes, and commuting to my job. I was surprised at how immersive this experience could be...

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