recommended reading

Recommended Reading #3

A Field Guide to Surreal Botany, edited by Janet Chui and Jason Erik “Glass Box” by Sandra Simonds “The Math Is Bad” by Casey Hannan On the Edges of Vision by Helen McClory “Smooth Body, Smooth Mind” by Paul Rusconi “Psychic in Reykjavik” by Fatima Bhutto “Anthropogenesis, or: How to Make a Family” by Laura van den Berg “A Hierarchy…

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recommended reading

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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recommended reading

Recommended Reading #1

I’ve decided to retire the Carousels¬†on this blog and turn it into a regular Recommended Reading feature instead. These lists will include anything noteworthy I’ve been reading lately that I want to share with all of you. There’s just so much out there now, and sometimes it’s hard and very time-consuming to find the real gems. If you have anything…

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anecdotes, writing about writing

The Small Things and the Big Things

This week, I spent some time with Melissa, dear friend and fellow writer, and we went to the same Barnes and Noble I was talking about a few weeks ago. Apparently, I’m not going crazy because there have been articles now where the stores are actually stocking less and less books. I wasn’t looking for anything in particular, but I…

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carousels

Carousel #2

Lately, I think I’ve been getting a better handle on posting things more regularly to this blog, which is a good thing. This week, I thought a lot about names and identity and how that relates to my own writing, as well as my own personal tastes and reading habits. I’ve also got a few writing assignments to work on…

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