Kailey Brennan is the creator of Write or Die Tribe, an online writing community providing connection and resources for writers of any genre or background. The community offers a place for accountability, connection, and inspiration. Kailey is also a writer for Read Poetry and the Writer Community Coordinator for The Book Slut.
With over five years of professional content writing experience, Kailey has created blogs and website content for a variety of companies, writing on subjects ranging from human resources, global poverty awareness, entrepreneurship, women in the workplace, business, natural beauty, wellness, book reviews and more.
Mental Health Awareness Month is a time to give our attention to the importance of mental health and stop the stigma often associated with mental health issues. Every mental health journey is different and so is the way we practice self-care to cope with these feelings.
While many of us love poetry for the way it changes our mood and helps us meditate on the deeper meanings of life, there are ways to bring a little more fun and lightness to our next poetry read. How about a cocktail pairing?
Interviews, reviews, articles, essays, short stories and poetry from brilliant minds around the globe.
I'm sure I'm not alone when I say I read poetry for connection because it's a way to understand the human experience more fully. No matter who we are or where we come from, our religion, race or language, we seek to share our stories and pieces of our lives with one another.
As our April short story writing theme comes to a close, I'm very excited to share my conversation with Kali Fajardo-Anstine, author of the beautifully captivating short story collection, Sabrina & Corina . Rooted in feminine power, these stories explore the heritage, relationships and
Maryse Meijer's writing has often been described as "taboo" "dark" or "weird." Although this isn't necessarily what she is after. "All sex, all desire, feels taboo. Every single on of us living under patriarchy has inherited a perspective on sex that seems, to me, to be rooted in violen
I'm absolutely thrilled to share my interview with New York Times bestselling author, Meghan Daum. Meghan Daum recently became a columnist for Medium and is the author of four books, most recently the collection of original essays The Unspeakable: And Other Subjects of Discussion , whi
Marala Scott is on a mission: to spread the message of gratitude. She wants her readers to know that, even in the midst of challenges, there is still strength to be found within themselves, especially when they learn to cultivate gratitude.