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Dear Thrive: How to Stay Motivated After a Success

Dear Thrive: How to Stay Motivated After a Success

Welcome to Thrive! A weekly advice column for creatives and the generally confused.   Dear Thrive: I recently had some work published in a lit mag and I was so excited! But ever since then I’m having trouble creating anything new. Was that my one great success? Am I all dried up now? -Overwhelmed  ...
Dear Thrive - How Do I Start My Personal Essay?

Dear Thrive – How Do I Start My Personal Essay?

  Welcome to Thrive! A weekly advice column for creatives and the generally confused.   Dear Thrive- When writing personal essays do you start with a story from your life you understand or do you use the writing of the essay to make connections? I want to start writing pieces like this but I never...
CALL FOR PRINT SUBMISSIONS: THE FUTURE IS OURS

CALL FOR PRINT SUBMISSIONS: THE FUTURE IS OURS

Looking to start this new year off on a creative high? It’s a good a time as any to submit your goods to ANON Magazine! Our 9th print issue is centered on what’s to come: THE FUTURE IS OURS highlights your hopes, dreams, actions, and energy for 2018 (and beyond) in the form of illustrations,...
Romance in the 21st Century: An Interview with Mannequin Pussy

Romance in the 21st Century: An Interview with Mannequin Pussy

Photo by Scott Troya While many of us may never be able to quite articulate the vast nature and force of relationships, Philadelphia based punk band Mannequin Pussy succeed in encompassing the full spectrum of emotions that human connections draw forth within us in their fittingly-titled album, Romantic. With each song ringing in at under...
Faux-th of July

Faux-th of July

  We all arrive to this open field in messy, unkempt suits, the sun long since set. None of us can fully express the feelings we have in the pit of our stomachs. The orange color illuminates the stage which we have set for ourselves, whose source are the three or four incandescent safety lights...
Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by PJ Carmichael

Poetry by: PJ Carmichael PJ Carmichael is a poet, writer, artist, adventurer, and spiritualist from Wakefield, Massachusetts. His work focuses on his interaction with and the contrast between the natural world and the urban environment. He currently runs Mass Love Distro, a multimedia production and distribution endeavor.   Haymarket, Flickering Lights The trains going out carry...
Mortenbay Fig Chronicles

Mortenbay Fig Chronicles

Illustrations & Words: Jon Ludtke Aside from drawing, Ludtke also writes and creates films. He finished his first film feature titled “The Woodsman” (which you can watch on YouTube) and is currently working on his first novel. He adores cats and hates the winter months.                
An Interview with Jacco Gardner

An Interview with Jacco Gardner

  Between his busy 150+ show tour schedule and working on his next album, up and coming psych musician Jacco Gardner (pronounced ‘Ya-ko Gard-ner’) managed to squeeze in a little interview with us during his stop in Dallas for his July 5th show with EZTV and Dinner at Club Dada. Seriously, what a guy. I...
Collection of Poetry

Collection of Poetry

LINE The line You don’t want to cross Is The Point of No Return The one That Sends you Over THAT line Flowing Towards Everything new Everything ‘scary’ Everything You could Only Imagine     (NOT) FULFILLMENT Empty Empty Empty Filling you Has left me Empty Void of feelings Void of thought What I think...

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