Born on May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska, Malcolm Little, who later became known as Malcolm X was an iconic figure of the Civic Right movement. The autobiography includes intimate details about his life, from days in Harlem to his pilgrimage to Mecca and much more. The African-American Muslim minister was a human rights activist,… Read More Recommended Reading: Black History Month Literature
Paraphrase of Lycidas With a summoning of the muse, John Milton begins to close his pastoral elegy “Lycidas.” The narrator calls for Alpheus’s return, assuring him that the “dread voice,” something which had been prominent within the previous section (including a rant about Saint Peters), had now subsided. Instead one finds that the return of… Read More Remor∫le∫s deep, histories lost and Poetic Verse: A Linguistic Approach to Milton’s “Lycidas”
Today’s selection of books will surely be a tasty treat for your mind: Locally Delicious; The Grapes of Wrath, and The Parable of the Sower. May they serves as recipes for inspiration. Enjoy!… Read More Recommended Reading: Locally Delicious, The Grapes of Wrath, and Parable of the Sower
Multilingual writers code-switch online and in print. Join the conversation … Read More Sí, Aquí Hablamos Español!
Author Tricia Riel dishes out the inside scoop on Zephrum Gates in this timeless interview.… Read More Tricia “Trish the Dish” Riel Takes You On a Magical Journey
Is your #NewYearsResolution to quit smoking? Listen to what author Doren Damico has to say in this exclusive audio interview with Michael Ray.… Read More When You Can’t Scream: 10 Reasons Why I Smoke By Doren Damico