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Why I Require the Oxford Comma in All Writing Submissions

It may be optional in the English language, but it’s a necessity to me.

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I have been receiving a lot of wonderful, inspiring, jaw-dropping stories from an eclectic collection of both new and seasoned writers from all over the world. It’s probably one of the coolest projects I have ever taken on, and to refer to myself…




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Susie Pinon

Susie Pinon

B.A. in Psych. Lover of all things green. Likely to be found brewing tea or making a mess in the kitchen. Open to opportunities 🍊

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