How Healthy People Eat, by Kristen Coffield, The Culinary Cure.
Philosopagus is a digital literary magazine. The aim of Philosopagus is to bridge the gap between analytic philosophy and creative writing, as creativity benefits philosophical arguments, and logical thought benefits creative writing.
|Get A F*ck!ng Job! is a satirical commentary on the stereotypes of Millennials and helicopter parents. (The material contained within this page may not be suitable for children.)|
|“Have You Seen My Tail?” is a children’s book. Corky the dog is playing with his puppy friends when he is told that he is missing his tail. He searches everywhere for it, but he seems to have lost it forever. His hunt ends with a flight overseas where he meets a brainy peacock with a beautiful, enviable tail of its own. From the peacock he learns the secret of his ‘missing’ tail.|
|“The Adventures of Celia Kaye” is a children’s book. Celia Kaye is a little girl who has something she thinks she needs to hide. She goes to great lengths to keep her mysterious secret concealed from her friends by becoming a master storyteller.|
|Elle is a forthcoming novel. A grieving scientist creates an AI in his dead wife’s image, but his grip on reality and ethics deteriorates when he is left with an insatiable desire to preserve her essential identity.|