Reading My Life at Vox Poetica

Cardinals. Winter birds. The birds that stay. I’m ready to find myself in a city I don’t know, amongst people who don’t speak or won’t speak my language. Things I like to talk about in poems. I’ve got a poem entitled Reading My Life over at Vox Poetica. It’s sort of appropriate since I’ve been… Continue reading Reading My Life at Vox Poetica

Do Something Incredible with Your Life

On my search for stationary this past weekend, I passed the guy who has been traveling the country playing his piano. Wait, let me back up. First off, I’m searching for stationary. I have a letter to send. Not a card. Not an email. Not a text. A letter. A letter that I need to… Continue reading Do Something Incredible with Your Life

Something has to be Sacrificed

So the lovely Ms. Morgan was nice enough to invite me over to her blog Writer’s Block to talk about….well….the horror that is writer’s block. Merriam-Webster defines writer’s block as a psychological inhibition preventing a writer from proceeding with a piece. Though I’m sure quite a few writer’s would use different terms to describe it. Terms that maybe we don’t… Continue reading Something has to be Sacrificed

What the Bridge Says at Misfit’s Miscellany

My old walk to work used to take me over a bridge. Actually bridge isn’t even right because it wasn’t anything like the Brooklyn Bridge or the Gowanus Canal even. It wasn’t over some small brook or stream. It was over a highway full of exhaust fumes and noise. Still, each morning I would look at… Continue reading What the Bridge Says at Misfit’s Miscellany

Writing about Writing about Laini Taylor

I’m a big fan of Laini Taylor, a writer whose work I absolutely admire. Actually that’s an understatment. Her sentences make my heart go aflutter, her characters make me woozy, her storytelling is gather-round-the-campfire perfection. If she would let me I would love to buy her a chocolate sundae or barring that we could run away together. Either… Continue reading Writing about Writing about Laini Taylor