I find I do exactly the opposite of what I write.
Image: Moyan Brenn I’m not much for doing reflections. There’s something about looking back into my past that I don’t like. I imagine much of it has to do with the fact that for many years I was stuck in the same place, around the same people, not moving on, not growing, not changing. No… Continue reading On Reflection
Just Keep Writing…
Image: Andrew Hefter Have you ever heard the phrase, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results?” Well, according to that definition, maybe I’m more than a bit insane. After all, I’ve been writing fiction since I was at least twelve (one of my first short stories was… Continue reading Just Keep Writing…
5 Things I’ve Learned From Workshop
Workshops push you to write because there is a real, concrete, tangible deadline. I hate to admit this, but the deadline forces me to write instead of watching Netflix or browsing shoes online, and that push helps. Workshop can feel like information overload. Especially if you’re like me, and you go home and immediately… Continue reading 5 Things I’ve Learned From Workshop
Contractual Community: Minority Students’ Place in the Creative Writing Program
Image: Conal Gallagher A lot has happened since the events of last semester as detailed here. I thought about what it might look like for me to give an update on promises given, what has improved, what hasn’t. And yet, I feel like it’d be unnecessary, in a sense, to give another somewhat in-depth barometric… Continue reading Contractual Community: Minority Students’ Place in the Creative Writing Program