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Tag Archive | "Writing"

10 Journal Prompts to Help You Get Over a Breakup

Tuesday, January 20, 2015


photo via flickr Two recent articles in the New York Times (here and here) discussed the benefits of writing things down to help you move on from a difficult situation. An aversion to exercise, for example, or trouble fitting in at a new job, or — the situation we hear about most often at EMandLO.com — [...]

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New Movie Encourages Open Discussion of Pregnancy & Infant Loss

Wednesday, February 5, 2014


There’s a new movie set to come out in 2014 starring Minnie Driver called “Return to Zero,” about a successful couple who lose their first child in utero. Its award-winning writer/producer/director, Sean Hanish, has teamed up with ReconceivingLoss.com to help break the silence surrounding the topic, calling for submissions of stories, essays, poems and other [...]

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Kinky Poem of the Week: The World’s Guide to Beginning

Monday, July 8, 2013


You may recall that a month or so back, we were in New York City to receive an IPPY Award for our latest book, 150 Shades of Play: A Beginner’s Guide to Kink. While there, we met  Marty McConnell, silver medalist in the poetry category for her collection Wine for a Shotgun. When the poetry winners were each [...]

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What We’re Reading: “Her” by Christa Parravani

Tuesday, March 26, 2013


Even if Christa Parravani wasn’t a friend of ours, we would be insisting that you check out her brand new memoir Her. It’s the heartbreaking, beautiful, compelling, and ultimately uplifting story of what happens when someone loses their identical twin. After Christa’s sister Cara was brutally raped at age 24 and a few years later [...]

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This One’s for the Pervy Grammar Nerds

Monday, September 26, 2011


We really hope that there are some grammar nerds reading this blog. That would make us so happy. Sure, maybe some people think that when you’re writing about sex, correct grammar and punctuation aren’t a big deal. But we beg to differ. Read the rest of this post on SUNfiltered

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