One Teacher’s Way Of Teaching Evolution

I found this on this blog and found it quite refreshing: My biology teacher, Mr. G, used to teach at a K – 12 Christian school many years back, and in his biology class, he taught evolution. Naturally, this made many parents of religious families upset, and he expected quite a lot of backlash at […]

America: Revised

I wrote this piece almost (gasp) seven years ago, but it feels like it was written yesterday. Time flies when you write something dear to you and try to act out the message. This piece in particular discusses the messages laid out in prose by Jack Kerouac, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman — or, […]

Must Read Book: “On Writing” by Stephen King

Ooo. Ahh. Wow. WHAT?! These were some of the various reactions I had while writing Stephen King’s “On Writing,” a part-memoir and part-writer training piece that extrapolates the different idiosyncrasies that revolve around being a writer. The book was written about 10 years ago, but that is just a minor detail. King’s lessons and stories still prove wildly […]