My research on the new Poor Law began when I challenged myself to write a musical adaptation instead of an original musical. I happened upon a report entitled ‘Society for Superseding the Necessity of Climbing Boys: by encouraging a new method of sweeping chimneys and for improving the condition of children and others, employed by chimney sweepers’ and found its contents intriguing.
Author: Abigail Lee
She took me to the side into the closet bursting with chiffon, cotton, and crepe. I didn’t know her well, but she seemed to know me; to have observed me closely.
The End of Genre Writing: Crime and Literary Fiction as a Sole Entity
The notion that literary fiction is paradoxical to genre fiction is subjective. Genre fiction involves a writing style targeted to a specific audience focused on plot devices, and literary fiction concerns itself with style and characters over plot; their differences are not enough to disregard the possibility of genre-literary fiction.
One Day I Won’t Be Afraid to Call You
2007. St. Joseph Elementary School is a small building with quaint classrooms, strict Catholic teachers, and a single silver swing set that serves as the height of recess excitement in spring.
Tao, the Great Mother who teaches us about nature and humanity
I have always been cautioned not to learn Taoism either from my parents and my friends or even a Buddhist monk I bumped into on the street, because the process of learning was a bummer for whoever wanted to conquer this unknown realm. Taoists themselves even think words cannot be used to understand the Taoist philosophy because they are limited in scope to explain something invisible, something we cannot neither touch nor see, hear nor smell.