July 12, 2020
In case you missed, we updated our submissions policies this week.
Oh, and we released an article about burping that ends in an important life lesson learned from “Shrek.”
With that, let’s dive into our weekly recap!
July 11, 2020
Poet Priti reflects on the importance of books in a poem.
July 11, 2020
Listen, we all get gas trapped in our stomachs or upper gastrointestinal tract from time to time. Burping is simply a part of the human experience.
But if your conversations are regularly interrupted by little squeaks or ogrish growls that rattle around your rib cage before flinging themselves of your mouth, it may be time to change up your lifestyle habits.
Excess burping could also be a sign of an underlying condition, like a gastrointestinal disorder.
July 10, 2020
We have made slight changes to our submissions policies with the protection of our contributors and our community at the forefront of our minds.
Don’t worry, The Burgundy Zine still encourages guest submissions and the overall process of being feature will remain relatively the same.
However, we now require guest contributors to verify the originality of their content and their age starting today and going forward.
July 9, 2020
A significant portion of my adolescence was spent binge-watching speed art videos and tutorials. I gushed over Instagram artists, salivating at the idea of trading my hands for theirs — although trading brains would be more logical since creativity has a neurological basis.
Then, it finally dawned on me the other day. There’s an unspoken dichotomy between the hallmarks of a great artist and the skill level of a talented artist.
July 9, 2020
Peter of Joyful Source shares five vital tips for ensuring your wellbeing this summer.
July 8, 2020
Artist Jessica Abella rocks our world with her nature-inspired resin pieces.
July 7, 2020
Indie-electric band Moontower encourages you to join them for unique, cutting-edge, interactive performances as they jam from home on their “What Day Is It?” virtual tour.
“The tour will include live performances in front of captivating art installations, LED light shows (from the same team as Coachella), interactive elements such as choose your own adventure setlist voted by the fans, giveaways, social hour complete with Q&A’s and games, custom Zoom downloads and exclusive merch and lots of special guests from around the world,” the press release for the virtual tour states.
Tickets for the performances tomorrow night and Thursday evening are just $9 — and it’s in support of a great cause. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the National Independent Venue Association.