I met the delightful Wilson on a dark and storm-swept night in the back of a library cafe. The chairs were scattered, ominous and empty, near the counter, while I … Continue Reading Rivulet Interviews- Wilson Krause
by Rowan Bagley I first heard Bikini Kill’s “Rebel Girl” when I was 19. On one of the many nights I stayed awake well into the early hours of the … Continue Reading Riot Grrrl
As the greenery of summer begins to shift into the fiery colors of autumn, two new editors make their way into the River. We are Rowan Bagley, a Creative Writing … Continue Reading Meet the Fall 2019 River Editors!
By Robert Drinkwater For my third book review, I chose to read More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera. Initially when I picked up this book, I had no idea what to … Continue Reading Friday Book Review: More Happy Than Not
by Robert Drinkwater From The Fault in our Stars to Turtles All the Way Down John Green has been a personal favorite writer of mine. Each of his novels are character driven and I’ve … Continue Reading Friday Book Review:Looking For Alaska
By Robert Drinkwater Friday Book Reviews is a blog dedicated to reviewing books that I have read. Welcome to Friday Book Reviews! Every week on Friday I will review at … Continue Reading Friday Book Review: An Ember in the Ashes
BlacKkKlansmen is the incredible (and mostly true) story of a black police officer (Ron Stallworth) in the 1960s who manages to infiltrate the KKK. It was a funny, surprising, … Continue Reading Summer Movie Review: BlacKkKlansmen
Three Identical Strangers is a documentary on the incredible story of triplets, separated at birth and adopted by different families, who find each other 19 years later. The film speaks … Continue Reading Summer Movie Review: Three Identical Strangers
For those who don’t know, RBG is a documentary about the life and work of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Before seeing the movie I knew very little of the supreme court … Continue Reading Summer Movie Review: RGB
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
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
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
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!
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 Sound and Silence: Utilizing White Space in Writing