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Beyond the Kilt: Your Guide to Conquering Edinburgh

Edinburgh thrives with literary history and this book isn’t short on places to explore to see what we mean. From pubs to landmarks or even hidden places for food lovers, this book has something for everyone. The city has two sides like the infamous Dr. Jekyll which was inspired by a local man named Deacon Brodie. People can explore the New Town where buildings are more modern and life moves faster or they can head over to the Old Town to step into the dark past of Edinburgh. The Royal Mile situated in the Old Town is a favorite for all travels and leads to the famous Edinburgh Castle which overlooks the city. Take a weekend, several weeks, or even a month in Edinburgh. By the end you’ll find that you still need more time. This book will help you figure out some of the hot places to hit first on your travels.

Published: September 26, 2016
Contributions: Rosslyn Chapel, Scottish Poetry Library, The Banshee Labrinth, The Edinburgh Literary Pub Tour, The Writers’ Museum, Sights and Monuments Introduction, Deacon Brodie’s Tavern, Badger & Co., and Sherlock Holmes Statue


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Humid 6

Delve into poetry, short stories, drama, and a collection of art. This undergraduate literary magazine is a collective artwork of materials created by selected students at Stephen F. Austin State University. Each piece of work goes through a submission process and upon selection is added to the final book.

Published: Spring 2017
Contributions: “The Ebony in the Ivory”


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Humid 7

Delve into poetry, short stories, drama, and a collection of art. This undergraduate literary magazine is a collective artwork of materials created by selected students at Stephen F. Austin State University. Each piece of work goes through a submission process and upon selection is added to the final book.

Published: Fall 2014
Contributions: Interview with Adam Fell, author of Dear Corporation, Aided in selection


Subplots Spring 2015: Lessons Chapbook

Each semester a new chapbook is published at Stephen F. Austin State University to show case a collection of writing pertaining to a theme. The lessons chapbook explores discoveries within oneself, of life, and learning experiences. It’s a culmination of short stories and poetry which draw the reader into different places and opens their eyes.

Published: Spring 2015
Contribution: “The Place to Rest”


The Culture Trip

Published in 2016, this article features cheap and amusing places to check out around Austin. Sites such as Mount Bonnell, Zilker Park, and Coldtowne Theater are among the many places to see. Geared towards the young and restless, this article features the best hot spots in Austin!

Published: Spring 2017
Contribution: “Top 10 Places For A Weekend In Austin On A Budget”


Wander

Wander is a source for a variety of topics from social media and politics to travel. The website is welcome to all writers.

Publications:

10 Things to do in New Orleans, Louisiana 
11 Tips for Traveling Abroad
8 Things To See & Do in Quintana Roo, Mexico
Tips and Tricks for Getting Around Scotland
9 Cultural Differences You’ll Notice When Visiting Mexico
5 Must See Places Outside Edinburgh, Scotland

 

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