by Vanessa Carter I don’t think he understands the hold he has on me, but then again no one does. And I don’t think he understands that the idea of me without him makes my stomach quiver uncontrollably, like the uncontrollable shudder your gut makes from what I imagine is your heart descending from its original position in … Continue reading Fatal Attraction
Q: Who are the main gods? A: The gods are members of the Tuatha Dé Danann (tribe of Danu) Danu is often considered the mother of them all, but she is not explicitly mentioned in the mythology. The Dagda (the good god) and the Morrigan (great queen) are sometimes considered to be mates, however … Continue reading Q/A With an Irish Pagan
Simi Sunny is from Philadelphia, and is a published author of several novels. She has five solid years of creative writing experience, and published her first novel at 18. She loves writing, but she also loves to read. She enjoys watching anime and drawing anime-like characters when she isn't preoccupied by a story. She has … Continue reading Profile: Simi Sunny
The following Q/A is with Shernika Rae Johnson, an aspiring personal chef. She has all she needs to be one, including the superior skills and the culinary background. She aspires to be on Hell's Kitchen in the near future, so stay tuned! In the meanwhile, read her earnest answers about her favorite dishes, sauces, her plans for the future.
Being a woman is not a job. There is no description of responsibilities and characteristics. We're in the year 2018. I think it's about time we stopped assigning static ideas to fluid concepts, like being a woman.
No, it’s not a person. It’s not actually a living organism at all. It’s sugar. What? No way! Yes, way. Sugar has been linked to numerous fatal diseases, and even some mental illnesses. It’s been proven that even dietary sodas, and juices still have too much sugar. What do we do? Well, first, here are … Continue reading The White Killer