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Protagonize took its leave of the internet in June of 2017, but our blog lives on to give those who miss it a spot to reminisce and reconnect.
Tag Archives: Collaborative writing
You might already know that Protagonize has it’s own Pub, but did you know there’s a Protagonize orphanage, too? There is! Sort of. Stores with only one chapter, the root, are known as orphans. You can look at all the … Continue reading
You probably know Charles Dickens as the author of holiday favourite “A Christmas Carol.” He was arguably one of the most influential English authors of the Victorian period, and retains that influence today. Other notable works of his include “The … Continue reading
The longer Protagonize sticks around, the more I find it being mentioned in places that I never would have anticipated when the site was launched. I just came across this article on Psychology Today’s website via a recurring Google alert (which scours … Continue reading