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Anna Anderson

Anna Anderson And Her Ancestors

Anna Anderson has newly arrived at writing following a mid-life crisis at 50. She wrote herself a bucket list of 8 things, and “write a novel” was on the top of that. She has always been a voracious reader and a member of a book club. When not slaving away at the keyboard she milks her cow “Willow”, works in…

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nasiru wonder

The Truth About Nasiru Wonder

Nasiru Wonder is from Ghana. I asked him to imagine he meets a pretty girl at a bar. How would he introduce himself to her? I’ll give you my name if you guess right! Lol! Nasiru is the name, a poem for the Universe. With my pen, I’m known as a “Wonder” even on poetry stage, yet a danger I…

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James Casey

James Casey and the Magick in Words

James Casey IV has poetry in his bones, an ancient soul, and a hopelessly romantic heart. James is a southern poet with roots in Louisiana & Mississippi that currently resides in Illinois with his Beautiful Muse, Raissa Ann. He has been writing and creating artwork for over twenty years and is known in the poetry scene as The Madman Philosopher.…

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John Robbins

John Patrick Robbins and Unfiltered Poetry

  We are fractured the same just too caught up in our own egos bullshit to notice the other bleeding in soul while existing in silence. From the Poem Romance In  A Nutshell. John Patrick Robbins is a self-described barroom poet and stands as editor of four Ezine’s: The Rye Whiskey Review, Under The Bleachers, Drinkers Only, The Abyss. He…

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How Does It Feel To Love Natalay Goldstein?

Natalay Goldstein is a soulful and very artistic woman who has got the chance to delight in the Californian sunsets every single day. She lives in the City of Angels, she is a writer and a blogger, she’s got the dream job of teaching writing, and she is into a beautiful relationship. We have a lot to learn from Natalay…

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Josanna Thompson

Josanna Thompson And Lady F Discussing Storytelling

This is Josanna Thompson and her smile exudes love! She has always been a passionate story-teller. What she loves is sinking her teeth into learning about history and cultures from long ago. So many stories emerge from research. It is lovable to share those stories with others. Josanna was fortunate enough to marry the love of her life – 26…

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Turyal Azam Khan

Turyal Azam Khan Surprises Lady F

Turyal Azam Khan is a writer, blogger, and a cultural journalist. Most of the time, he is just a laid back, easy-going person. He doesn’t party a lot. He feels more comfortable in a calm environment but that doesn’t mean he is boring, we prefer the term “unique.” The most surprising thing about Turyal – he is an author, who…

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Luthando St Lucas

Lady F’s Guest – Luthando St Lucas

Luthando St Lucas is an artist, a radical thinker, an activist for Black Excellence and an agent of change, who spends much of his time as a realistic writer exploring the struggles faced by African people.  He comes from a family of alcoholics. He ran away from home at age 6 and was raised in a children’s home with around…

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D Breeze

D Breeze and Lady F Discussing Love and Romance

I love losing myself in books, reveling in sarcasm, and making people blush. If I’m not at the bar, handing out shots to complete strangers, you can usually find me hunched over my laptop at four in the morning, still trying to piece together the lines of fantasy vs. reality. Failing that, I’ll be curled up in a corner, rocking…

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Mark Antony Rossi

Writing As Therapy Discussed By Mark Antony Rossi

Say hello to Mark Antony Rossi! He is not an eccedentesiast. He shares his pain. Moreover, he believes that’s the way to recover from it!  Mark Antony Rossi is a combat military veteran USAF and a decent family man. He has been writing for 34 years and he has written twelve books. He promotes using writing as a therapy in order…

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Men and Soccer

Men and Soccer Discussed By Uncle and Lady F

This post is meant to make soccer understandable for women. For this purpose, I asked Uncle some really female questions – forgive me for my ignorance – I just needed to figure out why the entire world is watching soccer right now, and nobody is chatting with me! What is soccer for men? A way of relaxing. Like shopping for women.…

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