Looking for some reading recommendations? Look no farther. Here you’ll find fiction of all sorts (but especially speculative fiction), helpful non-fiction, and fantastical poetry as well!Continue reading “What to Read Next? | 17 Book Recommendations”
Free Poetry | Check out my new poem!
A few weeks ago, I mentioned I was going to be published in Rune Bear magazine. And now, the poem is published and out there in the world for you to read (for free)!Continue reading “Free Poetry | Check out my new poem!”
Free Poetry | I’m Being Published!
FANTASTIC NEWS! Last week I heard back on one of my submissions. And after a few edits, I’m pleased to say that I have a poem coming out in Rune Bear’s weekly series on September 17th!Continue reading “Free Poetry | I’m Being Published!”
Obsessions, a Writing Technique
Recently, I heard somebody talk about how writers have “obsessions.” That is, things that writers personally are interested in or fascinated by that appear throughout their writing. This person noted that writers often lean into their obsessions to improve their writing in some facet or another.Continue reading “Obsessions, a Writing Technique”
Book Review: May Day by Gretchen Marquette
May Day is an intimate examination of the narrator’s life. Gretchen Marquette takes events in her life, finds the larger, abstract part of the human condition the event relates to, and focuses on big issues that all humans can relate to like love and loss.Continue reading “Book Review: May Day by Gretchen Marquette”
Book Review: Tula by Chris Santiago
Tula by Chris Santiago largely focuses on the ideas of sound and Santiago’s family and heritage. It begins by framing this narrative with a poem describing a scene when Santiago’s son stabbed his cochlea with a pencil.Continue reading “Book Review: Tula by Chris Santiago”
Poem: And still we go on
While poetry isn’t the main genre that I write in, I do dabble in poetry and enjoy writing poems, so here is one of those poems.Continue reading “Poem: And still we go on”