Even though I hate to admit it, I think one of my favorite European cities might be Paris. The city has become a big cliché, being dubbed a city that oozes romance, but I believe there is so much more to it. I went to Paris for the first time with my parents about ten years ago. My second time was when I went on a field trip during high school four years ago. The third time was again with my family, but this time around I was more of a tour guide, as I had to show around my mother and American relatives. This is the story of my third trip to Paris. Continue reading “Paris, What’s Good?”
“Show the readers everything, tell them nothing.”
— Ernest Hemingway
Show-don’t-tell is bullshit.
Now, before a lynch mob of angry keyboard warriors attempts to verbally slay me, let’s all calm down and establish a context. Continue reading “Show-Don’t-Tell Is Bullshit!”
Last but not least, we are proud to present to you our new Social Media Manager and Website Manager!
Here’s week two of WB introducing its lovely new board. This time, say hello to…
Writer’s Block Magazine is proud to present this year’s final editors, Dorus and Casper.
The new editorial board of Writer’s Block would like to introduce itself to you. First of all, our new Editors-In-Chief. Continue reading “Meeting The Board: Elise & Sona”
Though the physical edition of issue 37 was released three weeks ago, we’ve made you wait a bit longer for the digital edition. Consider your wait over! The editorial board hereby proudly presents to you the newest collection of the poetry, storytelling, essays and art that YOU sent in: Writer’s Block #37! Continue reading “Writer’s Block #37”