The End of Teen Vogue’s Print Edition: Another Disadvantage to Encouraging the Subsequent Generation’s Interest in the Tactility of the Written Word

There are little moments and small flickers where one is led to believe that maybe, just maybe, print is now “novelty” enough to remain of interest to the generation coming into the early phase of their twenties. The success of a publication like Teen Vogue, which began its journey as an offshoot of Vogue in 2003, had perhaps falsely led the remaining grandmothers of print … Continue reading The End of Teen Vogue’s Print Edition: Another Disadvantage to Encouraging the Subsequent Generation’s Interest in the Tactility of the Written Word

The Insanity of It All by Ann Christine Tabaka

Minds cracking open like fragile eggs, spilling out their messy viscous contents. Ideas oozing out with no cohesion, in the madness called creativity. Questionable images, fighting for a place of prominence, on a sky painted orange with the brush strokes of false hope. Oh, the insanity of it all! Hair pulling nights, struggling with metaphors, eyes bleary and red. Thoughts stretched As thin as a … Continue reading The Insanity of It All by Ann Christine Tabaka