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Category: River Ram Press

Bustle: 11 Books to Read After College

I know what you’re thinking… I just got done reading an endless amount of text from a never-ending college degree. Just slap yourself in the face, like right now. As […]

Bangkok Beggars

 A poem by Chase Ambler Photo Credit: Dennis Thern ~ Reflection ~ It’s amazing to me how this poem started with one phrase and quickly blossomed into my favorite work. […]

Bold Pens

By A. Suiter Clarke It’s been a rough year for freedom. Freedom of expression, freedom to offend, freedom to work without being killed, freedom to protest, freedom to walk down the […]


 A poem by Chase Ambler ~ Reflection ~ This is just a fun “short” poem. I’ve always seen foothills as the little brothers of mountains. In any mountain landscape, there […]

World Literature Today: Icelandic Writers

Iceland is a small island nation in the northern Atlantic filled with rich traditions, fascinating people, and unique cuisine. Coming from a country that has a history of being impoverished and […]

Barnes & Noble Review: Why Homer Matters

I know what you’re thinking. You are looking at the title, mumbling to yourself OMG, I seriously cannot read Homer anymore. I am not reliving grade school! Not to worry for this […]

Audiobooks? Yes please.

By Emily Alvarez Audiobooks… What is there to say about the written word read aloud? Since the 1930s, essays, poetry, stage plays, and books have been a common find in […]

You’re a Champion, Never Gonna Fall

Champion by Marie Lu A book review by Christopher Moore  Plot: 20/20 The explosive finale to the Legend trilogy. June is, once again, working with the Elector Primo and the Republic while […]


 A poem by Chase Ambler ~ Reflection ~ This poem was sparked by a particularly brutal hike up Sentinel Point in the Rocky Mountains. The terrain was extremely demanding, and […]

Happy Holidays & Happy New Year!

By Emily Glossner Johnson It’s almost become a cliché to say that the holiday season can be a difficult and lonely time for some people. I think this is because, […]