Critique stories, books, poems, and more

35 results

Poem / Humor

December 05, 2019

Reads: 217

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

My compliments to a certain shithead. Read More

Reads: 297

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

The Fantasy Realm House

Just my thoughts on my writing so I can remember them. :p You can answer the same questions if you choose! Read More

Reads: 538

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Take a look at the latest contest for the Review Chain, there's some great prizes on offer! Read More
Along the road on the American mainland an architect confronts the eerie feeling of people in a small village. Confronting them and experiencing disillusionment concerning his primary goals in life. Later in New York another job for a large construction design company leads the architect to another form of… Read More

Reads: 633

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

My views on reason and knowledge. Just start the online bashing and commentaries. Read More
An angry rant about MTV's hit show, Catfish. Read More
critiquing fellow writers Read More

Tags: critique

This story is a science fiction and fantasy, like a combination between Star Wars and 1984, symbolically (and in my personal opinion) anti-Facebook, anti-Instagram, anti-Amazon, and anti-everything else about the World Wide Web that causes economic and social harm. It transitions later into a Sci-Fi vs. Fantasy story. Read More
In a world were democracy has been abandoned lives the 14-year old prodigy by the name Linus Thor who is a bitter cynic that simoltaneously tries to live in a world so different from him. Things change however when a crisis puts his friend Bartholomew into jail. Read More
Please note, this is not the full version, this is merely an intro of an idea I have for a new story. If you read this, don't be afraid to critque it as hard as you want. If it's the worst thing you've ever read in your life and it… Read More
isn't it interesting how one set of words on a screen can affect someone so much? Maybe it's because it's from someone you love. Maybe it's because they knew what they'd say would hurt you, and they sent the message anyways. Read More
A boy I once new Used my heart and broke it in two Read More

Book / Thrillers

July 05, 2014

Reads: 1161

Comments: 14

The Booksie Classic House

Sophie is a fifteen year old teenager who lives in an idyllic small town with her parents and her little brother Toby. Her completely normal life is utterly destroyed when Toby is killed in a car accident right outside her door. Everyone is devastated - except Sophie, because she can… Read More
Ignorance, unintelligent, arrogance, and pure irrational thinking seems to be ever abundant in the world today. The change comes from kids Read More
It was a spur of the moment which made 18 year old Ethan Black, a shy young man first approach 17 year old Avery Scarlet, a easily angered but sweet sometimes girl. She's the girl that people were intmidated by, he on the other hand is the type that may… Read More
At turns heartbreaking and diabolically funny, Journey to Virginland is an avant-garde tour de force, delivered by a master storyteller. The protagonist, a loutish and uber-cerebral antihero known simply as Dog, takes on the challenge to navigate the perilous paradigm shifts of our age, determined to find his proper place… Read More
This is a critique of the University of Central Florida 2012 BFA exhibit: Still Moving. Read More

Tags: art, critique, ucf, bfa

Poem / Poetry

January 20, 2012

Reads: 481

Comments: 24

The Booksie Classic House

A few of us Booksians are trying to get some useful changes to the format of the site. I have taken on the small task of creating a ‘code’ that writers can use to indicate the type of feedback they are looking for. Here is a little rhyme to explain… Read More
This is a rough draft of a prologue of a book I may or may not finish, and it doesn't have a title yet. I have never taken a writing class and this is honestly the first "creative" thing I have written. I'm looking for constructive criticism so I can… Read More
Because it deserves to be said and read - and if we're lucky, taken to heart. And if you want to be a good writer, you should take it seriously. Read More

Reads: 446

Comments: 22

The Booksie Classic House

After finally deciding how to do this, I spent the evening finishing this. This was inspired partly by Mike Stevens and his awesome humour, but the theme itself came from Khano which suggested this for me. This may not be what she thought of at first, but it turned this… Read More

Reads: 308

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

An emotional and visceral critique of the academically driven community which surrounds me. This poem is an intense and haranguing critique, expressing the emotions I feel towards these people. Please do not get offended. Read More
This is an essay I wrote my first semester in college for an expository writing class, which I have not edited since, making this the original submitted version. I believe it is unique since all previous critiques I had seen of "In the Penal Colony" had written it off as… Read More
These are my critical thoughts and opinions on the "Twilight" saga. Enjoy. Read More
This post, essentially, brings to a close the theoretical side of my thesis. Future posts (five I think) speak to fleshing out the empirical side of the implicative affirmative of the not-me-self. Below, I use the concept of the not-me-self as a tool to critique the symbolic interactionist school of… Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 19, 2009

Critique of Old Testament God Read More

Miscellaneous / Humor

February 06, 2009

Reads: 313

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

The court is in session, and your life is being judged. You can be thankful those wiser than yourself are allowed the privilege of dispensing the verdict. Read More
Booksie 2020 Poetry Contest
Cover for contest - Life In The Time Of Coronavirus Story Project

Welcome New Writers