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Author Archives: Sarah Estime

Sarah Estime is an aircraft mechanic in the United States Air Force. When she is not working her day job, she is composing works related to young adult, humor, and experimental drama. She has been published by the "African American Review," Canadian literary magazine "What If?" and photography litmag "BurnerMag."

Movie Review: For Colored Girls for All Girls

For Colored Girls contained a terrific cast with talents that drove the characters and effected the audience who watched them. Read More »

Book Review: I Just Want My Pants Back by David J. Rosen

Everything is where it needs to be, even for a man who doesn't know where he's going. Read More »

Psymun Says

"He's swaggerific." Read More »

Michael, Farrah, and Ed

With three of our influential celebrities deceased, our popular culture takes a step back. Read More »

Movie Review: Senior Skip Day

Senior Skip Day is a modern satire that proves that in this day and age, modern satires are merely frenetic. Read More »

Book Review: We Were the Mulvaneys by Joyce Carol Oates

Joyce Carol Oates puts her heart into her literature. In addition, she veers away from trite plots and withholds a variety from her natural talent. Read More »

Praising Victor Von Doom

MF Doom, a London kin, has proved to his rapping career and I that his talent is as colossal as the mainstream. Read More »