The movie that I watched for this week’s blog was The Rider, an independent film by director, Chloe Zhao. The film’s premise centers around a rodeo rider named Brady Blackburn, … Continue Reading Summer Movie Review: The Rider
“It was my last trip of that summer that I recall most vividly. I locked my bike to the sidewalk side of a guard rail on Route 126. After a ten-minute hike through the woods, I arrived at the site of Thoreau’s cabin, where I paid my homage and meditated for a while in silent reverence.”
About Photographer: Jim Zola is a poet and photographer living in North Carolina.
Point Blank Perspective is a blog addressing common places, events, and experiences that we encounter in life. These are described in a column-style with a blunt and one hundred percent … Continue Reading All They Are is Dust in the Wind
Hello, my name is Silas Cooper and for anyone who doesn’t know me I have lived my life in the Farmington area, growing up in a small town just about … Continue Reading Introduction to the Summer Movie Blogs
“He had to be 70 if he was a day, but then I learned long ago that older Southern people often hide their aging, or have already aged beyond their years. Somewhere in there.”
Point Blank Perspective will be a blog addressing common places, events, and experiences that we encounter in life. These are described in a column-style with a blunt and one hundred … Continue Reading Fly the Friendly Skies
Warm weather has finally come to Maine and so have the new editors for The River! We are excited to start publishing new content and sharing our weekly blog posts. … Continue Reading The New Summer 2018 Editors
Kissing Spring By Thandiwe Andrade-Foster When Spring came and kissed me at my window, She called me come and play, She sang, come watch my golden fingers, My gilded … Continue Reading Kissing Spring
The Thespian Thoughts blog posts are meant to be a college student’s point of view on various topics in the world of theater to educate all on what encompasses this … Continue Reading So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye…
Hello everyone, it’s Gail and Willy! As the semester is coming to a close and our time as River Editors ends, we thought we’d take some of the time we … Continue Reading Editor’s Picks! – A Summer Reading List
by Willy Doehring With the end of the semester (and of my college career) on the horizon, I spent a long time trying to decide how best to say … Continue Reading (Not Quite) a Farewell
This piece is the winner of the The River’s 2018 Dramatic Works Contest! AURELIA OF THE CROWS by Carter Aimone The setting is 1900 New York and centers on the … Continue Reading Aurelia of the Crows
The Thespian Thoughts blog posts are meant to be a college student’s point of view on various topics in the world of theater to educate all on what encompasses this … Continue Reading Parts to Perform, Hearts to Warm: A Retrospective on My Past Roles
by Willy Doehring, River co-editor The “Writer’s Workshop” blog posts are meant to be a collage of writer’s tips, tricks, and strategies, including the first steps to publishing, writing prompts, strategies for … Continue Reading Prompts for Every Genre!
This piece is a runner up in The River’s 2018 Dramatic Works Contest. THE DOOR by Hannah Calkin Characters: ALLISON MILLS: Late 20s. Plain, eccentric, anxious. JASON FISHER: Mid … Continue Reading The Door