A Modern Renaissance Love Story | Emilie Wapnick And The Multipotentialite: “Those Of Us With Many Interests, Many Jobs Over A Lifetime, & Many Interlocking Potentials”
Archives / Christina Lydia / Inspired By: Inspirational & Influential Voices / Pt. 7

A Modern Renaissance Love Story | Emilie Wapnick And The Multipotentialite: “Those Of Us With Many Interests, Many Jobs Over A Lifetime, & Many Interlocking Potentials”

So what is mutipotentialite? What does it mean? Is it a made up word? You betcha. But Shakespeare’s made-up words eventually became part of the English cannon — this is just what Emilie Wapnick intends to do. Continue reading

End-Of-Year Mashup | Thank Yous, List Of Inspiring Contributors & Submitters, Plus A Few Updates For You
Archives / Christina Lydia / Pt. 6 / TBL Journal Notes

End-Of-Year Mashup | Thank Yous, List Of Inspiring Contributors & Submitters, Plus A Few Updates For You

We all have to make the best of our circumstances; and for me, that includes making the best out of the support that I’ve had from everyone this past year. Thank you for allowing me to feature so many amazing individuals. I look forward to showing you more amazing stuff and people this new year. Word of the day is appreciation. Appreciate what you’ve got and who you are! Continue reading

Black Candies: Gross and Unlikable • The Literary Horror and Dark Fiction Anthology Featuring 28 Women-Identifed (And Untamed) Individuals | Oracle Reviews At Whistle Stop Bar
Archives / Christina Lydia / Events & Articles On Literature / Pt. 6

Black Candies: Gross and Unlikable • The Literary Horror and Dark Fiction Anthology Featuring 28 Women-Identifed (And Untamed) Individuals | Oracle Reviews At Whistle Stop Bar

It’s never a wrong time of year to read stories and see art created by women. | A woman-identified individual embracing, becoming gross and unlikable through her words and her stories makes it so we are not defined by polite rigors of behavior; it makes it so that we are as free as our counterparts; not in a legitimizing way, but in an equitable one. Continue reading