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"This bear. He looked at me & I knew he was going to steal my identity. Could he hack my accounts? Had he overheard my mother’s maiden name?"
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Electric Literature Jul 10
"There’s a big difference between writing because you love it and writing because you want money, attention, praise."
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Electric Literature Jul 10
Don't let summer crush your inner spookiness. Check out these seven books about occult mysteries.
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Electric Literature Jul 10
Not that kind of ejaculation.
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Electric Literature Jul 10
Impossibly, this year is only half over. But we've got an assortment of exciting debuts that may soften the disappointment a little.
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Electric Literature Jul 10
"How do we feel safe to cultivate our identities, express ourselves freely, or risk connection in online spheres where information may be used for something other than what we wish it to be?"
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Electric Literature Jul 10
International students enrich classrooms, there's no debate on this.
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Electric Literature Jul 10
"In the eyes of medicine, I only became legitimately trans at the moment of dysphoria diagnosis, after proving to doctors I was credibly disordered."
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Electric Literature Jul 10
These eight books feature stories about the challenges of finding creative fulfillment.
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Electric Literature Jul 10
Wondering what will happen when you finally, inevitably, leave New York? Your post-Big Apple future—and the inevitable masterpiece of navel-gazing you'll write about it—are hidden in the letters of your name.
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Electric Literature Jul 9
"We are living in a time of extraordinary rupture, death, destruction, terror. There are these glaring, devastating, structural inequalities."
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Electric Literature Jul 9
Writing in the second person can be tricky. Our latest edition of Read Like a Writer demonstrates how it can be done effectively.
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Electric Literature Jul 9
"To truly address racism, (white) readers must move beyond just understanding how it operates, and come to terms with how racial disparity is built into the very foundations of the United States."
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Electric Literature Jul 9
These seven books explore the gulf between the rich and the poor in New York.
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Electric Literature Jul 9
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Electric Literature Jul 9
International scholars bring as much of value to the classroom as they take from it. These eight books demonstrate why they should be celebrated.
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Electric Literature Jul 9
"In white spaces, you keep a low profile. Communication is straightforward, pleasant, frank. The goal is not just to fit in, but to survive."
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Electric Literature Jul 9
In the latest edition of Can Writing Be Taught?, "Lakewood" author suggests you learn to write not for attention.
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Electric Literature Jul 9
The first trans memoirs are an important part of our history, but they are not the whole of our future.
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Electric Literature Jul 8
"Her kittens were gone, eaten by coyotes, perhaps. Every day she prowled through snowdrifts that hid the withered Colorado landscape, wailing as she searched for them. She returned at night, wet fur pasted down, shivering."
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