7 Podcasts to Listen to Before the Election
No matter how you’re planning to vote this election season, these seven non-partisan or bi-partisan podcasts are sure to get...
A User’s Guide to Democracy: How to Stage a Peaceful Protest
In the following excerpt from A User’s Guide to Democracy, authors Hannah McCarthy and Nick Capodice outline seven steps for...
What We’re Reading: Books About the Immigrant Experience
The Celadon team has compiled a recommended reading list of books about the experience of immigrating to America — both...
TBR (To Be Read)
A Cat Called Grievous: A Short Story by R.L. Maizes
In this short story from R.L. Maizes’s collection We Love Anderson Cooper, a stray cat infiltrates a family and makes it hers–no matter the collateral damage.
These poets’ focus on daily rituals, details, and other moments...
In this exclusive excerpt of The Shadows, Charlie Crabtree is...
No matter how you’re planning to vote this election season, these seven non-partisan or bi-partisan podcasts are sure to get you more prepared for November 3.
You’d be surprised at how one simple skill can change your career.
Here are some examples of literary magazines typically considered “top tier,” based on the number of their stories that have gone on to win Pushcart and O. Henry Prizes or inclusion in Best American Short Stories. Check out an issue or two of any magazine you’re considering to be sure your work will be to their tastes.
As ethereal as poetry can be, there are elements that make a piece of writing a poem.
If you find yourself reading more than usual these days, here's how to put your opinions to good use when writing a book review.
Here’s how we define Historical Fiction, a look at its origins, and some popular types.