Joined 4 years ago from San Diego
Brianna Rae Olsen is a writer, editor, photographer, and a few other assorted varieties of creative. Born and raised in the swampy woods of Central Florida, she now resides in San Diego where she earned her degree in Communication and Writing and made runner-up for the 2017 Stewart Prize in Poetry.
In addition to wordsmithing at HubPages, she produces a range of DIY literary art from broadsides to chapbooks to punk feminist zines. Apart from writing, you’ll also come to know Brianna as the one to show up to your door with home-cooked Southern food and a printed report of your horoscope.
4 years ago
A friendly handful of suggestions to help you heal and cope through heartbreak.
24 months ago
If you're skeptically curious about psychic mediums and what they can do for you, this list of potential benefits may help you understand the worth of a professional reading.
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