By Emily Alvarez If you are anything like me, you probably detest book reports. As much as we love books and reading those books, writing up a summary on one […]
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Are you a student who cringes when you enter the school library and see someone on social media or flipping through a magazine on their kindle, instead of getting lost in a […]
Songs in a Storm By Nik Way All night the sound had come back again, and again falls this quiet, persistent rain. – ‘The Rain’ by Robert Creeley I […]
Did you just finish another great book? Not to worry! Publishers Weekly just announced their picks of the week! This week you will find classic pieces such as The Wall by H.G. Adler and […]
Mislaid By Ryan Licata Born in South Africa, Ryan Licata read Literature and Philosophy at the University of Cape Town and holds an MFA in Creative Writing. He now lives in […]
It’s that time of year when Publishers Weekly takes a second glance at their reviews over past last year to select their favorite books. So Readers, we encourage you to invest in […]
Cosmos to Consciousness An Essay on The Ascent of Humanity By Daniel Gregory I am most grateful to the River Ram Press Boutique for the opportunity to participate in your […]
Take That First Step By TJ Esubiyi For all who have been very supportive of my writing, I am exceptionally grateful. Grateful to River Ram for featuring my poem. For […]
Brilliance Land By Neringa Pangonyte I would like to thank you all for your encouragement and praises about my abstract piece you’ve read. I haven’t expected such feedback. It […]
Rowell’s Attachments delivers excellent characters in a cliché romcom. It might be a great waste of good characters and witty banter, but it’s definitely worth the read. Attachments by Rainbow […]
By Emily Glossner Johnson I’ve written all my life, but in October of 1995, the same month I was officially diagnosed with bipolar disorder, I got very serious […]
By Emily Glossner Johnson As a person with bipolar disorder, I’m drawn to mental health issues and characters with mental illness in literature. As a writer, I often create characters […]