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Ryan Gossen Writing

Ryan Gossen

Early mornings are the best time for Issue 17 contributor Ryan Gossen to write his quirky and observant pieces. What is your writing process like? I write what floats to the surface in the mornings, when...

The Perks of Having No Money

Experiment with food you've been saving for a natural disaster A bowl of Cheerios for dinner is sad, but a bowl of salad with homemade Cheerio croutons is a meal. Have fun with this but...
A Stack of Inspiration by Demi Anter

A Stack of Inspiration by Demi Anter

To help me write my film, I'm using a technique that involves writing ideas on note cards: lines of dialogue, images, locations—anything inspiring. Then when you're writing your play or movie, flip through them to...
Work Less, Good by Bronson Rathbone

Work Less, Good by Bronson Rathbone

To my former boss who told me to “Work less good.” First of all, your grammar sucks. What do you mean? I had to ask. “Well, you’re doing A+ work and I need you to...
Things I Blame by Natalie Earhart

Things I Blame by Natalie Earhart

This poem was contributed by our very own Artist, Writer, and Namer of Things, Natalie Earhart. Check out her work as a professional artist on her website natalieearhart.com. Things I Blame I blame the girl with the...
Stupid Smile by Demi Anter

Stupid Smile by Demi Anter

This poem was contributed by artist, writer and cat lover Demi Anter. View more of her work and her awesome products on Proxy Shop.   Stupid Smile I prefer to be pale. I like seeing the blue lines shift underneath...
Adult Infancy by Katie Edwards

Adult Infancy by Katie Edwards

These wonderful anecdotes were contributed by artist and writer Katie Edwards. Want more? Visit her blog at Katie Awkwards. She doesn't disappoint.   INJECTIONS Shots will still be painful, but if you’re lucky you’ll still get rewarded with a happy...