Catapult Alumni | Nonfiction

Ihunanaya bu otu ihe mmadu na agaa akòwacha, because its too big , too broad, too huge to have a specific definition. But when you’ve experienced it, definition doesn’t matter anyway.

Catapult Alumni | Nonfiction
The “New Normal”: How COVID-19 Is Shaping Australian Culture and Economy

The COVID-19 pandemic is often compared to the 1918 Spanish Flu. This historical event is also called the “forgotten” pandemic, as an entire generation of brilliant, influential writes like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway have hardly mentioned it in their work, while covering important political and economic events of the time. Now, many worry […]

Oct 28, 2021
Catapult Alumni | Nonfiction
Fostering a Mindset of Lifelong Learning

Let yourself feel some pride over the fact that you’ve learned something new.

Aug 27, 2021
Catapult Alumni | Nonfiction
Caution! Hypersensitive Bipolar Lady Wearing Earplugs

This memoir excerpt was written by Marisa Russello in Megan Stielstra’s 12-Month Memoir Generator

Jul 14, 2021
Catapult Alumni | Nonfiction
How a US Scholarship can Enrich and Benefit Your Child’s Life

As parents, we tend to make the silliest, most unreasonable decisions. Are we so infatuated by our children, so loving of our creation that we will do anything to keep them by our side, forever in our embrace, forever secluded from the challenges of the outside world? How far does a parent go to keep […]

Mar 24, 2021
Catapult Alumni | Nonfiction
I Love Men

And why you should too. My response to I Hate Men in the New York Times.

Feb 11, 2021
Catapult Alumni | Nonfiction
Piecing It Together

I wish I hadn’t cheaped-out. If I had just brought all of the video tapes instead of a select few to be transferred I would have the video I’m in need of right now. I picked out births and christenings, when I’m really in need of “pick of the litter footage”. I thought I had […]

Feb 5, 2021
Catapult Alumni | Nonfiction
On Not Being Bipolar

Perhaps the world did understand me, if only in that I felt broken and psychiatry agreed I was.

Nov 23, 2020
Catapult Alumni | Nonfiction
Hideaway Road

Is it a place to hide? A place to heal? A place to quarantine? Or a forever member of the family?

Nov 15, 2020
Catapult Alumni | Nonfiction
Change Is Good

“The past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it or learn from it.”

Sep 20, 2020