Frontier Poetry Deadline - Accepting Poetry The Pig’s Back Deadline November 15th Accepting Fiction & Non-Fiction Mizna Deadline December 15th Accepting Poetry, Essays, Flash Fiction & Non-Fiction Chestnut Review Deadline December 31st Accepting Poetry, Prose, Flash Fiction & Art/Photography If you would like a personalized list of publications to send your writing to, send me … Continue reading 4 Journals That Pay For Your Writing
Anxiety Relief for Teens by Regine Galanti was described as a toolbox, including CBT techniques and strategies to help manage anxiety. It is aimed at teens and I thought the tone of the book was right for that audience. Friendly and didn’t feel unmanageable. I also liked the way that the book was formatted. Thank … Continue reading Book Review. Anxiety Relief for Teens by Regine Galanti, PHD.
I found it very difficult to get into this book and the first few chapters were heavy on case studies and the subjects written about in these chapters were not referred to in the blurb, which wrong footed me. When we do get into the chapters of transhumans, cosmetic surgery, body image, etc. it felt … Continue reading Book Review. Bodies by Susie Orbach.
Kate Lister says in the conclusion of her book A Curious History of Sex that the book could never have been a comprehensive history of sex, but it felt pretty comprehensive to me. I liked that in the conclusion too she mentions sources tend to have come from medical texts and court recordings, actual testimonies … Continue reading Book Review. A Curious History of Sex by Kate Lister.
I thought sometimes the fiction blurred into the non-fiction, as Graham Caveney blends his life experiences with examples from literature in On Agoraphobia. It was startling to me, to think of people like Emily Dickinson used as examples in On Agoraphobia, of having that affliction because I just have never thought of it before. Without … Continue reading Book Review. On Agoraphobia by Graham Caveney.