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December 10, 2015

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{Fiction} Confession is Good for the Soul

Fiction, Literature
The Art and Culture of St.Patrick's Day According to Zouch

The Art and Culture of St.Patrick’s Day According to Zouch

We wanted to give you Zouch readers something special to peruse whilst you hoist your whiskeys and mugs of green beer this St.Patrick's Day.

Culture, Nostalgia
Dear PETA,

Letter From An Angry Man: Dear PETA,

I’m writing this letter on behalf of all the people in the world who eat meat, (tasty, tasty meat), and are sick of you trying to make us feel guilty.

Commentary, Culture
{Poetry} I Pray In Cairo

{Poetry} I Pray In Cairo

I pray in Cairo In order to touch all faiths To see where they come together And despite their views, they are one I pray in Cairo To see the old church

Literature, Poetry
Dreaming In Darkness

Interview With Poet Jessica Kristie, Author of ‘Dreaming In Darkness’

Your poetry feels very emotion-driven. It seems you're drawing from your personal experiences of love and conflict. Is it fair to say that you're looking within when you write?

Interviews, Poetry, Writers

{Fiction} Confession is Good for the Soul

Fiction, Literature
The Art and Culture of St.Patrick's Day According to Zouch

The Art and Culture of St.Patrick’s Day According to Zouch

We wanted to give you Zouch readers something special to peruse whilst you hoist your whiskeys and mugs of green beer this St.Patrick's Day.

Culture, Nostalgia
Dear PETA,

Letter From An Angry Man: Dear PETA,

I’m writing this letter on behalf of all the people in the world who eat meat, (tasty, tasty meat), and are sick of you trying to make us feel guilty.

Commentary, Culture
{Poetry} I Pray In Cairo

{Poetry} I Pray In Cairo

I pray in Cairo In order to touch all faiths To see where they come together And despite their views, they are one I pray in Cairo To see the old church

Literature, Poetry
Dreaming In Darkness

Interview With Poet Jessica Kristie, Author of ‘Dreaming In Darkness’

Your poetry feels very emotion-driven. It seems you're drawing from your personal experiences of love and conflict. Is it fair to say that you're looking within when you write?

Interviews, Poetry, Writers

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