August 4, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #31: I Saw My Reflection in the Snow Covered Hills
XtaSeay in a mini mirrorSource: Snowy Saturdaze | Penelope Peru Photography
Oh, mirror in the sky, what is love? Can the child within our hearts rise above? With reflections serving as our theme for Aug, this is the month to find out.
Landslide by Fleetwood MacSource: Landslide | Fleetwood Mac
On Monday, we reviewed the poetry book “Pillow Thoughts” by Courtney Peppernell as well as the Grapefruit Cookies Live Concentrate by Prime Wellness.
On Thursday, we released our monthly newsletter and invited writers, artists, photographers, and musicians alike to submit their content for the Aug issue of The Burgundy Zine.
On Saturday, Sorayah of The Girl in All Leopard shared an article reflecting upon the party scene and coming of age at your own pace. We also released the article, “What I’ve Learned From Writing.”
Going forward, we will be releasing more reflections from Sorayah, our editor.
Until next week,
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