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READY AIM FIRE (EXTENDED)
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Lexi Vranick

 

Lexi Vranick is an independent poet and fiction author based on Long Island, New York. She is the founder of Little Lion Literary and the author of three self-published titles. Lexi is a member of the Long Island Writer's Guild and a student at Gotham Writer's Workshop. She is a ten-time participant and nine-time winner of National Novel Writing Month. Her work has appeared in the Mind Poetry Project anthology Please Hear What I'm Not Saying and the online literary journal Cagibi.

Her books are available on Amazon!

Ready Aim Fire | Published Nov. 15, 2016
Basket Case | Published June 30, 2017
Exit Ghost | Published January 3, 2018
 

 

 

A place for updates, for thoughts and feelings, for new poems and exclusive flash fiction and even more. This is where you can find most of Lexi’s personal content. This is also where you can find the most up-to-date news on publications, sales, and events.

Latest: A NOTE ON DIGITAL BURNOUT.


One cannot be a writer without reading, reading, reading. This blog is a space reserved for Lexi’s book reviews - big and small, poetry and prose, fiction and non-fiction, new and old. Read her thoughts on the classics, on modern epics, on plays and memoirs and so much more

Latest: EVERYTHING I READ IN JANUARY.


Film explores the art of writing in an entirely different way. It pulls visuals, it requires performances, it is born from a script and blossoms into a fully-formed, multi-media work of art. Lexi is a lifelong lover of cinema, and as such as spent a great deal of time in movie theater seats. Read her thoughts on action flicks and dramas and everything in between.

Latest: VIKINGS SEASON 5B RECAP & THOUGHTS.

 
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What is #MakeYourLight?

The final poem of Ready Aim Fire (Extended) reads:

Perhaps we spent so long in the dark
because we were supposed to learn
how to make our own light.

The #MakeYourLight Project aims to support and empower those living with mental illness. It aims to foster a sense of community, to provide education, and to spread love as we fight to end the stigma surrounding mental illness.


How CAN I GET INVOLVED?

It’s simple! Log into your favorite social media account and tell your followers a little bit about how you make your light. Do you read a book? Do you draw or paint or craft? Do you write? Do you dance? Do you sit on the beach and watch the waves?

Think about the thing that shines a little light on your darkest moments. If you feel comfortable, tell us about it.

Use the hashtag #MakeYourLight and tag @lexivranick (IG/Twitter/FB) to be featured.

 
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