Author: Guilliean Pacheco

Guilliean Pacheco (she/her) is a writer and editor of Filipino heritage and the host of the City of Writers podcast. Her work has appeared in TechTarget, Nevada Humanities, and Helen: A Literary Magazine. She has an M.F.A. in Writing from the University of San Francisco and is an Anaphora Arts poetry fellow. She’s a misplaced California girl who lives in Las Vegas normally, if one could call living there normal, on Southern Paiute land. Follow her on Twitter.
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a unique story about a person reflecting on the future and contemplating their next steps in life. Taking a journey of self-discovery, the protagonist asks questions that cannot be answered, but will invite readers to join in the bond phenomenon that can only take place in print. With no easy solutions, readers will be inspired to embark on their own journey of self-reflection and discovery.

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Rumor has it that secrets, lies, and videotape can have a powerful effect on individuals and their relationships. Depending on the situation, the consequences can be drastic and far-reaching. In this article, we explore the implications of secrets, lies, and videotape, and how to deal with them in an appropriate manner.

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