After the blogging 101 post I did in January, the question I got most consistently was, “How do I get more people to visit/follow my blog?” Here’s the best advice I can offer: Take a dip in the Community Pool. It’s a great place to meet other bloggers and build a community of followers. It’s […]
Jill Khoury is the author of Suites for the Modern Dancer, which was released this month from Sundress Publications. Sundress: What is it about the body and disability that inspires your poetry? Jill Khoury: From a young age my body was an object of the normalization efforts of others. At the same time, it was made clear […]
Six Automatticians recently traveled to Kampala, Uganda, to attend the CMS Africa Summit. Happiness Engineer Marjorie R. Asturias reports back from this memorable event.
James, based in Hong Kong, chronicles his latest travels on his blog, Plus Ultra. “Plus Ultra,” the personal motto of a young Charles V — the future king of Spain — means to take risks and go “further beyond,” which reflects James’ travel philosophy.
So I’ve seen this lady for some time. Her name is Celeste Barber. She re-interpretes images for ‘everyday people’ from the highly manipulated pictures that whizz around the net featuring the same kind of folk usually in bathrooms taking self-loving selfies. Thought she was amusing but also thought ‘Hey, these are (mostly) young fillies enjoying […]
From Brevity managing editor Kelly Sundberg: Last Friday, just after tucking my ten-year-old son into bed, I made myself a cup of tea, then went to my loft office to try to catch up on my Brevity queue. Currently, the queue haunts my waking hours. If you have submitted this year, you might have noticed […]
Want to be a good literary citizen? On a tight budget? At Sundress we came together to bring you 22 ways that you can be a good literary citizen–for free. 1. Attend free shows. Support your local poets by showing up to hear them read! Faces in the crowd are such an encouragement to a […]
Wrong Hands is the site of Canadian artist and cartoonist John Atkinson.