Thea Voutiritsas is a Kansas City-based creative writer. In addition to her own blog, she is also a co-creator on The Semi-prose project, a collection of co-authored creative writing. On the side, she reviews manuscripts for poets and screenwriters.
“Reading or writing poetry creates a space for empathy, for seeing another person, for bearing witness to our common humanity." Whether it’s written or spoken, poetry can be a powerful tool to aid in healing. It offers an opportunity for readers,
"Poetry is all about emotion, drama, curiosity, gossip, cruelty, discovery, tenderness, heartbreak. All of these things seem inherent and heightened in girlhood." Author of Be Brave and the forthcoming How to Be A Poet, J.M. Farkas has the unique ability to
The idea of body positivity is simple enough: that all bodies are worthy of self-love, self-care, and acceptance; all bodies are allowed to feel beautiful—and the definition of beauty is boundless. But in practice, body positivity isn’t always so simple.
“40 seconds of action” is all it takes to show you care. This October 10th, join the fight to improve the mental health of people around the world on World Mental Health Day. This year, World Mental Health Day focuses on
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