Month: January 2020

  • Writing Through Metaphor

    Metaphors: The Heart of Writing As writers, metaphors are the air we breathe, right? They’re the ground beneath our feet. They’re our bread a butter. Metaphors are our lifeblood. Should I keep going? Probably not.           Though I’m being flippant here, my sentiment is serious. Metaphors are at the heart of […]

  • Writer Mentorship Opportunity in Atlanta- The Wren’s Nest Scribe’s Mentor Program

    Writer Mentorship Opportunity in Atlanta- The Wren’s Nest Scribe’s Mentor Program

    Creative Writing Mentorship to Support Young Authors: The Wren’s Nest I’ve been blessed with amazing writing mentors, writers who went beyond my expectations to support and help me become a better writer. Mentorship has been one of the most rewarding experiences during my journey and I will never forget their sound advice–whether it was editorial, […]

  • Thinking Beyond Your Critical Thesis?

    Five Points, A Journal for Literature and Art: Thinking Beyond Your Critical Thesis? When I started working on my critical thesis, my thesis advisor wisely suggested that I choose an author to research and write about who was less prominent in the literary world.  What he meant by this was that if I selected an […]