A Brief History & Review of Margaret Atwood

A Brief History & Review of Margaret Atwood Written by Kseniya Lukiy Contributing Editor of Red Cedar Review In May of 1969, the same year in which Canadian author and poet Margaret Atwood debuted her first novel, The Edible Woman, her name could also be seen...

The Connection Between Language and Power

The Connection Between Language and Power Written by Kseniya Lukiy Contributing Editor of Red Cedar Review In the autumn of 2017, I took a creative writing class at Oakland Community College. After reading an evocative short story by Amy Hempel early in the semester,...

A Discussion on Writer’s Block

A Discussion on Writer’s Block Written by Kseniya Lukiy Contributing Editor of Red Cedar Review Writer’s block can be described as the temporary inability to produce quality work. Most creative endeavors, like writing, are often initiated by self-motivation, making a...

The Value of Social Media for Bookish People

The Value of Social Media for Bookish People Written by Sylvia Hodges   Contributing Editor of Red Cedar Review When you think of a person who reads, you probably picture them wearing glasses. They seem socially awkward and severely introverted. You suspect they read...

Education and the Western Canon

Education and the Western Canon Written by Jacob Largen Editor of Red Cedar Review The value of a book is an odd thing to try and determine. The worth of literature seems purely subjective and unnameable, but there is an obvious hierarchy among writers and readers...
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