Feminist poet Anne Marie Rooney's writing all over the web. Killer.
Five frames + zero words = one story, every week
poetry, sex, art, drinking, photography, skin, philosophy & the meaning of life, learning, working, self-destruction you know, how it is to be in your mid twenties.
just because it's trashy doesn't mean it isn't good
This is my blog where I post my poetry, musings, reviews, and my best handmade jewelry. I am a very poor young woman living like a bum and dedicated to art. I have no job and support myself through what I make. I am Eco conscious have no car and use recyc ...
Alanna Spence is a San Francisco artist pursuing a BFA in painting/drawing from CCA. She keeps a daily weblog of her trials and tribulations trying to balance a career with returning to school. She works in Encaustics and Oils and participates in Artspan ...
Evocative essays about agency, location, memory and the liminal space between south asian and american culture.
Short Stories & fiction, & more short stories & more fiction...
a writer, activist, priestess, and poetess from the DC area. My primary interests include interfaith education awareness, healing studies and poetry. The daily posts on this journal focus on religious liberty issues, especially relating to Wiccan, Paga ...
Heather Rose, subversive feminist cheerleader and creator of the grrrl power zine Riot Gone Rose, is currently working on her first novella, Auspen, here's where you can read it for free, chapter by chapter.
Chicago, comedy, science fiction, pop culture junk, random online weirdness, and real life.
A collection of memoir-based essays precariously bordering on the absurd and sometimes falling into the sublime.
A compilation of memoir-based essays. David Sedaris meets Sex and the City.
Novel-in-blog form about Cassie DiMarco and her erotic adventures. Figuring herself out, one lover at a time (and sometimes more than one at a time).
Books Travellers is the blog of Pia and Julie, two french girls who can't live without books & plane tickets. They review books, but also interview people, and document their best findings (books, bookstores, places to read...).