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From the Blog

Call for Submissions: The Moment Everything Changed

The Geeky Press and Youshare Project are teaming up for a Storytellers Reading Series on July 15, 2016. THEME: The Moment Everything Changed—Everyone has experienced a pivotal moment that forever shifted the direction of their life. Tell us yours.

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New Geeky Press Partner: Nicole Mathew

The Geeky Press is happy to announce its third partner, Nicole Mathew. She's taking over the #WritersHack events, which means you'll be seeing a lot more of her out and about.

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Review: The Glass Castle

This isn't to say the story wasn't interesting. The sheer nature of the disregard and disrepair in Walls' childhood compelled me to turn the page. But the writing felt as though it worked against the story.

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