Animalistic Innocence

By Julia Cirignano Thank you to milkweed editions for gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Earlier this year I reviewed Claire Wahmanholm's fabulous first collection of poetry Night Vision. This week, I am honored to get the chance to review her second release: Wilder. Within this 96-page collection, Wahmanholm's explores similar apocalyptic themes... Continue Reading →

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A Weird Little Treat

By Julia Cirignano Thank you to Ugly Duckling Presse for gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  I know you're all still full from Thanksgiving, but here is one more small treat. Lick your lips and prepare to feast yourself on Lisa Rogal's newest release Feed Me Weird Things.  First off, I'm... Continue Reading →

What Does Orange Feel Like?

By Julia Cirignano Thank you to Ugly Duckling Presse for gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  It's personal, it's bittersweet, it's aesthetically pleasing, and it's titled Orange. Don't even give me that look, trust me, it's good! Author Christine Herzer released this short collection of poetry just this past... Continue Reading →

Sex in the Woods

By Julia Cirignano Thank you to Black Balloon Publishing for gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Have you ever wanted to escape your life? Run off into the woods, with a burly lover, and reinvent yourself? Live out this fantasy in Maryse Meijer's novella Northwood, published just this week! Within this... Continue Reading →

Mathematician Who’s Good At Writing?

By Julia Cirignano Thank you to Miami University Press for gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Writer and mathematician Katy Bohinc recently released her third book of published poetry, Scorpio. This daring collection of poetry is political and edgy with elegance. It showcases her writing as well her intellect, while thoroughly... Continue Reading →

Cooking with Depression

By Julia Cirignano Thank you to the author for gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Microwave nouveau is a short collection of self-published poetry written by the European poet Liam Bates. Filled with wrinkled brows, dirty cities, and methadone dependent newborns, Bates explores his own life as well as the... Continue Reading →

Learn SEO from WordPress Experts Without Leaving Your Living Room

Very informative! Definitely worth your time 🙂

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Every year, the WordPress community organizes conferences called WordCamps in dozens of cities. Drawing WordPress experts both local and global, WordCamps offer talks, training, and workshops on everything from developing themes to design best practices to two things that are near and dear to every site owner’s heart: marketing and SEO (search engine optimization).

The best part? WordCamp sessions are recorded, and the recordings are available — and free — on WordPress.tv. You’ve got a whole network of SEO specialists in your corner! Here are four great sessions, each under 45 minutes, that you can watch right from this post.


Copywriting crash course

Pam Ann Aungst owns her own SEO and SEM (search engine marketing) firm. Her talk from WordCamp Albuquerque, “Killer Keywords: How to Write Content for Both Humans and Search Engines,” is a must for anyone hoping to get more eyeballs on their site.


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Diamonds and Dirty Talk​

By Julia Cirignano Thank you to Wave Books for gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Hang on baby, this is a good one! I was blown away by of Chelsey Minnis's recent release Baby, I Don't Care. I sped through this 272-page collection of poetry with vigor--smirking at the sassy chaos. This... Continue Reading →

What a Beautiful Death

By Julia Cirignano Thank you to the author for gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  Here Lies: Poems by Tom C. Hunley is a short collection of powerful poems where Hunley images his own death--envisioning many different scenarios. Using humor and simple language, he explores the importance of death and the insignificance of life.... Continue Reading →

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