Kelaine Conochan
MeetKelaine Conochan
The editor-in-chief of this magazine, who should, in all honesty, be a gym teacher. Don’t sleep on your plucky kid sister.

From the mind of Kelaine

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{Kids Stories}: Bambino the Puppy Learns His Manners

When Bambino the puppy gets invited and flakes out, his friends take notice and don’t like it one bit. A poem about manners.

Kelaine Conochan
October 21, 2020
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NAME YOUR SONS RUTH, YOU COWARDS!

On the eve of Amy Coney Barrett’s hearings, we lament the passing of feminist hero Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a plea to expecting parents.

Kelaine Conochan
October 12, 2020
Politics
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Stroking My Genius: Why Creativity Doesn’t Belong to You

Upon reflection, Kelaine realizes she is not a genius. Because, well, it’s possible that genius is not exactly what you think it is.

Kelaine Conochan
September 17, 2020
Wildcard
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Mr. Busdriver: {The View from Here}

What does a bus driver see and know about his passengers? What stories does he tell? What kindness does he owe any of us?

Kelaine Conochan
September 8, 2020
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An Incomplete and Growing List of Reasons You Should Write

Sometimes it’s so hard to write, it almost feels like ripping out parts of your soul. But you’ve just got to do it. Here’s some motivation.

Kelaine Conochan
August 21, 2020
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Finally Some {Good News}: Why You Should Never Watch Cable News Again

You know what is bad for democracy? Cable news. But the good news is that there IS good news. You just have to find the right broadcast.

Kelaine Conochan
August 4, 2020
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My {Beef} with Authority: Bad Cops, Bad RAs, and More than Bad Apples

Being an RA isn’t that important of a job, and yet, wow. Some people really let it go to their heads.

Kelaine Conochan
July 27, 2020
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{Explode the Moment } That Time I Got Hit by a Car in a Crosswalk

Hey! Kelaine Conochan is walking here!

Kelaine Conochan
July 10, 2020
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{Strangers} with Opinions: That Lady from the Company Picnic

We tell kids “don’t talk to strangers” to keep them safe. But at her aunt’s company picnic, a stranger talked to Kelaine, and she never forgot the message.

Kelaine Conochan
June 30, 2020
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