Rhea Varma

  • June 15, 2018By Rhea Varma

    If your childhood was anything like mine, you grew up on revolutionary fantasy and dystopian novels. You might have drawn Harry Potter’s scar on your forehead or braided your hair to look like Katniss Everdeen. Anyone who read the entire Harry Potter series as passionately as I did constantly wished to receive their Hogwarts letter

  • April 21, 2018By Rhea Varma

    Sacred Space is a gallery taking place on Sunday, April 22nd to show off art done by Atlanta teens. I had the opportunity to interview Kendall Greene, the founder of Positivity Party. She’s been passionate about art for as long as I can remember, and it’s amazing to see her passion blossoming into something extraordinary

  • March 17, 2018By Rhea Varma

    Without a doubt, Simon Spier (played by Nick Robinson) completely captivates the audience. He made us laugh, he made us cry, and he made us cheer. The overflowing charm of the movie is undeniable. Recently, I was given the opportunity to see an early screening of Love, Simon: an LGBTQ-led rom-com based on Becky Albertalli’s novel Simon vs the Homosapiens

  • February 7, 2018By Rhea Varma

    As a writer, I often feel misunderstood. I’m content sitting in a park all day, watching people and making observations. I sometimes walk around in cemeteries and write down names that sounds pretty to me. I hold on to my characters and will defend them with all my being, even if they’re the supposed antagonist.

  • December 17, 2017By Rhea Varma

    When Trump first got elected into office, I didn’t known what to do. I didn’t even know how I was feeling. I was scared, angry, sad and confused at the same time. I wanted to do something to help, but I had no idea what the right steps would be. I’m too young to vote,