Women Are Roses Honoree| Michelle Besay

We are too excited about our upcoming 2019 Women Are Roses Award Ceremony that is taking place in Colorado on June 1,2019. During this event we will laugh, we will cry but most of all we will celebrate each other for everything that WE have done as women to inspire other women. One of this … Continue reading Women Are Roses Honoree| Michelle Besay

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Wednesday’s Woman|High Five Vibe

We recently had the opportunity to feature Michelle Besay or should we say High Five Vibe on our website January 5,2019. She is a mother of 2, a hard worker, a poet, a singer and also an upcoming author. We are showcasing her not for any of the work she has done we are featuring … Continue reading Wednesday’s Woman|High Five Vibe

Business Feature| Mykia Wilson

Mykia Wilson is a young poet who is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Her love of books and poetry started at a very young age. She often expresses her opinionated stance on societal issues through poetry and written reflections. Heavily inspired by the works of Gwendolyn Brooks, Maya Angelou, and Langston Hughes, Mykia doesn’t … Continue reading Business Feature| Mykia Wilson

Business Feature|Cendrine Marrouat

My name is Cendrine Marrouat. (It is pronounced as “san-drEEn mar-wah”. The “t” at the end is optional.) Originally from Toulouse, France, I have called Canada my home for almost 16 years. I am a photographer, poet, author of 11 books, and French instructor. I specialize in nature, black-and-white and closeup images. My photography seeks the mundane … Continue reading Business Feature|Cendrine Marrouat

Blog Feature| Jessie Jing

Jessie is a South-East Asian dance artist, writer and blogger currently based in London. She is an award scholar for and recent graduate of Trinity Laban Music and Dance Conservatoire under the Graduate Diploma in Dance programme graduating with a Merit. Graduating from her first degree from Sheffield Hallam University, with a degree in Public … Continue reading Blog Feature| Jessie Jing

Business Feature|N. Dahir

N. Dahir is a young Canadian author and poetess. With a great passion for writing and storytelling, she self-published her first book at the age of 20 on August 2018. The book which is called "Tales Of When" is a short collection of poetry that showcases stories through time and urges readers to think critically … Continue reading Business Feature|N. Dahir

A Day in History| May Swenson

May Swenson was born Anna Thilda May Swenson on May 28, 1913, in Logan, Utah. Her parents were Swedish immigrants, and her father was a professor of mechanical engineering at Utah State University. English was her second language, her family having spoken mostly Swedish in their home. Influenced early on by Edgar Allan Poe, she … Continue reading A Day in History| May Swenson

A Day in History|Phillis Wheatley

Born in Senegal/Gambia on May 8,1753, poet Phillis Wheatley was brought to Boston, Massachusetts, on a slave ship in 1761 and was purchased by John Wheatley as a personal servant to his wife. The Wheatleys educated Phillis and she soon mastered Latin and Greek, going on to write highly acclaimed poetry. She published her first … Continue reading A Day in History|Phillis Wheatley

A day in history | Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson  was born in Amherst at the Homestead on December 10, 1830. Her quiet life was infused with a creative energy that produced almost 1800 poems and a profusion of vibrant letters. Her lively Childhood and Youthwere filled with schooling, reading, explorations of nature, religious activities, significant friendships, and several key encounters with poetry. Her … Continue reading A day in history | Emily Dickinson