We want to know the affect and effect of putting yourself out there in a technological dating pool. Co-Editor Bios: Danita Berg chairs the English Department at Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL, and is the founding director of the Red Earth Low-Residency MFA in Creative Writing program at Oklahoma City University. She is the founder and non-fiction editor for the online literary journal, Animal: A Beast of a Literary Magazine. Mac Kenzie Jennings is an English professor at Polk State College in Winter Haven, FL. She has written articles and op-ed pieces for a number of news publications including She has also optioned screenplays for several film production companies including Meridian Films and Green Moon Productions.
In this collection we seek witty, wry, raw, insightful, and/or (yes, always) humorous essays (be they happy-ending, painful, regretful, or even tragic) about dating in the 21 century. We seek personal, but not solely anecdotal, writing.
This contest is intended to show off the smart, attractive, diverse and very dateable people who are currently using Ok Cupid (speaking of which, are you a current Ok Cupid member who’d like to enter the contest – click here).
The Who Has the Best Online Dating Profile Contest is open to all Ok Cupid members.
If I’m about to go on a blind date, of course I Google the guy to make sure he has no police record and he is who he claims to be.
This blog explores the funny side of dating with both stories and practical dating techniques and tactics.
in English Education from Florida State University.
Non-members will have the opportunity to vote either on Ok Cupid or through one of a dozen blogs that are working with Ok Cupid to showcase the contest.
We all go a little nuts with the information super highway at our fingertips.
” Such volleys, lobbed, I hope, in complete ignorance of their harmfulness, can be devastating; can cause their victims to flatten out and pull their helmets down over their eyes.
Accepting the proposition—one put forth by many coupled people when pressed for an opinion—that a terse e-mail might indicate not a lack of interest but an embarrassment of interest is difficult, and here’s why: for the present-day desk-bound, sociable, educated, literary, romantically inclined worker, e-mail—and its real-time offspring—is tie that binds.