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By Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future, and is currently working in the Journalism Department of Emerson College. this is n00b <3, tru love, though u prolly knew that. np i’m ok w/it u…Continue Reading “Less Than Three: A Love Poem in Internet Slang”

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A follow up to Type M for Murder by Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future, and is currently working in the Journalism Department of Emerson College. As a child I had gazed out windows…Continue Reading “X Marks the Spot: A Pirate’s Tale in Computer Terms”

A follow up to Pub and Marriage by Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future, and is currently working in the Journalism Department of Emerson College. Header image by Jessica Hische. I tried to stop…Continue Reading “Type M for Murder: A Mystery Short in Graphic Design Terms”

A follow up to Kern, Baby, Kern by Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future, and is currently studying Publishing at Emerson College. Featured illustration by Anton Voytenkov. Article illustrations: Noir series by Cristiano Siqueira….Continue Reading “Pub and Marriage: A Noir Short Story in Publishing Terms”

This is an amazing guest post: a short story by Alexa Lash – a writer, editor, and on-the-spot poet. Former Floridian and resident Bostonian, she has written for the Seminole Chronicle, Momslikeme, and the Central Florida Future, and is currently studying Publishing at Emerson College. Illustration by Dave Mott. He had a point: I was…Continue Reading “Kern, Baby, Kern: A Relationship in Typographical Terms”