Writer’s Block Summer Tunes 2018

It’s almost the end of the school year and you know what that means: Summer parties, festivals and travels are fast approaching. Before these fun shenanigans can commence, however, we need to get through the “end-of-year slump”. Are you suffering from chronic lack of concentration and energy despite the fact that you’re consuming coffee likeContinue reading “Writer’s Block Summer Tunes 2018”

LEGACY OF THE YOUTH – Student Protests that Have Changed and Will Change the World

“If us students have learned anything it’s that if you don’t study you will fail. And if in this case you actively do nothing, people continually end up dead. So, it’s time to start doing something.”

WB Valentine’s Poetry

  It is no secret that we like good poetry here at Writer’s Block. But if there’s one thing that brightens our day more than good poetry, it’s bad poetry. Luckily for us, there is a special day, every year, which seemingly functions as a magnet to forced rhymes, nonexistent meters and toe-curling similes: Valentine’sContinue reading “WB Valentine’s Poetry”

Listen Up! – Top 5 Favorite Podcasts

  Ernest Hemingway once said, “I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening carefully. Most people never listen.” This quote puzzled me initially, because I reasoned that sound is an ever-present element of everyday life, thus listening is inescapable for all of us. Having thought about it some more, however, IContinue reading “Listen Up! – Top 5 Favorite Podcasts”

A Visualization of the Mind: Review of the “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime”-play

Have you ever heard someone say to you, “Read the book before you see the movie”? This is a philosophy I wholeheartedly believe in and try to live by. I generally like to read the original version of a story first and then venture into the world of its various forms of offspring, if andContinue reading “A Visualization of the Mind: Review of the “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime”-play”