Book Review: Sirens by Joshua Mohr

Book Review: Sirens by Joshua Mohr

Joseph Edwin Haeger

Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Sirens by Joshua Mohr.

Portingale On Trump: What, Me Worry?

Portingale On Trump: What, Me Worry?

Paris Portingale

Paris Portingale provides perspective on Trump's swearing in and Trump's access to nuclear weapons in the only way Portingale can, by comparing him to his brother-in-law Ray.

Trump's Inauguration: An Earnestly Positive Recap

Trump's Inauguration: An Earnestly Positive Recap

Mark Thompson

As Eric Idle espoused, "Always look on the bright side of death." So with that in mind, here's what happened at Donald Trump's inauguration.

Hatred as Sport: Blinding Women to Women's Plight

Hatred as Sport: Blinding Women to Women's Plight

Jenna Martin

What's always puzzled me is how feminism became a dirty word; not amongst men, but amongst women.

Trump's Inauguration: A Preemptive Post-Mortem

Trump's Inauguration: A Preemptive Post-Mortem

Ingeborg van Teeseling

Donald Trump's inauguration has been and gone, but I can confidently claim that we've heard it all before. So much so, that I wrote this before bed last night!

What Would X Do?

What Would X Do?

Sara Preisig

On the eve of the Presidential Inauguration, Sara Preisig examines Christian values and wonders if instead of being a Christian nation we aren't more of an X-ian nation.

Book Review: Ram Hands by Ellen Welcker

Book Review: Ram Hands by Ellen Welcker

Joseph Edwin Haeger

Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Ram Hands by Ellen Welcker.

Writers Resist: #WriteOurDemocracy

Writers Resist: #WriteOurDemocracy

Travis Laurence Naught

Travis Laurence Naught read the following speech as part of the Spokane, Washington, Writers Resist event (one of over 100 held nationally) this past Sunday, January 15, 2017, cosponsored by PEN America.

2016 Year in Review: Top 10 Articles from The Big Smoke America

2016 Year in Review: Top 10 Articles from The Big Smoke America

Greg Gerding

Greg Gerding, Editor-in-Chief of The Big Smoke America, celebrates the one-year anniversary since launching by listing the Top 10 articles read and shared most in 2016.

Existentialism—In 700 Words or Less

Existentialism—In 700 Words or Less

Loretta Barnard

Existence is meaningless, life is pointless, everything is negative. Right? Not necessarily. Peep the humbling spin that existentialism and absurdism provide—in 700 words or less.

Elections

Residents

Portingale On Trump: What, Me Worry?

Paris Portingale

Paris Portingale provides perspective on Trump’s swearing in and Trump’s access to nuclear weapons in the only way Portingale can, by comparing him to his brother-in-law Ray.

Ladder

Society

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