Today I am lucky enough to provide a space for Raki Kopernik’s book launch for her most recent title, The Things You Left, from Unsolicited Press! I got to interview her and talk about her new book and her writing process. I even got a little sneak preview of what you can expect to findContinue reading “Book Launch: Raki Kopernik”
We all know community and individual anxiety is at its peak right now and with all of this transition (whether through work or school), you might be trying to figure out how you are going to get through. The reality is, staying on top of school & work is just one of the things thatContinue reading “Keeping it Together in a Pandemic: A Survival Guide”
Due to the ongoing global public health crisis, many authors and artists have had to cancel or postpone critical launches, performances, and readings. More than just bringing disappointment, these cancellations have also critically impacted potential marketing opportunities and eliminated events that drive a significant sales that folks depend on to make their living. But thereContinue reading “Introducing Pandemic Performances!”
What is your favorite creative medium? I like illustration a lot at the moment but passions have waxed and waned over the years. I try to indulge as many forms of creative expression as possible. What do you love about that medium ? There are limits to language and I think that I try toContinue reading “Interview: Jeremy Gaulke”
The little spells to care for yourself.
So, one of my favorite things to have with me when I am writing or feeling unwell is tea. I keep a glass jar filled with loose-leaf tea in my kitchen. You know, next to the all-important coffee and pasta. For those of you who need something calming, here is my favorite recipe: Equal PartsContinue reading “My favorite tea”
I find myself sitting down to write, much like I am now, and getting lost in the minutia of what I am trying to say. When there are so many tiny, beautiful things that I would prefer to write about, how do I put together a story? In that way, I understand why I findContinue reading “When the micro is macro”
We are so dependent upon our sun and moon for the energy that it takes to invest in the creation of a truly great day. I find myself fighting in spite of the weather, rather than along with it when my day is rendered useless due to a relentless cloud cover. So, I am writingContinue reading “A note from a gray day”
I’ll dye my hair blue and open it like a curtain Dive in Dive in The sirens are calling and they want everything to do with you. But you like Blue, Blue And pools instead of oceans pools with smooth concrete and plastic floats. Blue, Blue a hue that speaks volumes to you. You loveContinue reading “Blue”
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