recommended reading

Recommended Reading #4

“The Village with All of the Boyfriends” by Zachary Doss “The Murder Sounds” by Amy Silverberg “How to Spend Your Time Before the Renegade Planet Makes It All Go Dark” by Justin Lawrence Daugherty “Grief as Mythos” by Brandon Taylor “Let’s Not Begin” by Maggie Smith “How the End Begins” by Cynthia Cruz “Ten Step Tulpamancy” by Kia Groom “Beach…

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Recommended Reading #2

Goddessmode, a small anthology of videogame writing by women and non-binary writers Corium Magazine, Issue 20 “The Grifted” by Jac Jemc “There Is No Map for Grief: On the Work of Art” by Lidia Yuknavitch “Aubade with a Broken Neck” by Traci Brimhall “What Do We Have in Our Pockets?” by Etgar Keret “Beginnings: New York” by Ocean Vuong “Secretaries…

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Basic Space

I decorated my desk at work, which is unusual. In terms of personal living space, I prefer things simple and often unadorned. Truthfully, I am just not very cognizant of the arrangement of objects around me and how they look next to each other. I don’t like giving myself more to clean and organize. I am quick to discard anything…

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The Smell of Cinders and Rain

I don’t know much about road trips. What little I do know about them comes from memories of anticipation in the backseat on our way to the Magic Kingdom and the dreams of my own city of multicolored monorails. Who ever cared about the rides? Or Mickey Mouse? Only the monorails ever mattered. This Fourth of July was the first…

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Social Media Cleanse

I’ve been taking a break from places like Tumblr and other social media in order to focus more on revising my writing and sending out pieces to literary journals. So if you feel like I’ve been going ghost for a while, now you know why. It’s funny because I don’t exactly miss these things when I leave them, but I…

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