I had a dream last night that I opened a literary-themed restaurant at which the menus were book-style and there were dishes like For Whom The Stuffed Bell Pepper Tolls and Edgar Allan Poetatoes.
📚 Finished Reading: “The Priory of the Orange Tree” by Samantha Shannon.
📚 Finished Reading: “The Seven Moons of Maali Almeida” by Shehan Karunatilaka.
This post is a bit late, but I’ve had so much going on since returning home, and this is better late than never, right? Right. As most of you know, I was accepted into the Writing for Young People track at Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts back in February. The program is a low-residency one, […]
You can’t always control the circumstances you find yourself in, but you can control how you choose to respond.
I had a strawberry mojito tonight. It was quite delicious and really hit the spot. Sometimes, it’s the little things, you know?
When 2020 arrived, I was mildly aware of a new virus raging through China and moving into other parts of the world, but never imagined that it would become a worldwide pandemic that would affect me. Yet, that’s what happened. Here’s a small piece of my story. A Little Background… After staying home and only […]
I’m two days removed from the end of my third residency in Lesley University’s MFA in Creative Writing program. I’m back in Wisconsin and sadly away from my writing friends and all things literary in Cambridge and Boston. And now that the classrooms are dark and empty, the seminars are over with, the workshops have […]