I will be totally honest: now that I am reaching the midway point of my summer break, I realize I have slacked quite a bit on the writing and editing. It was not intentional, but after giving myself time to recharge after the grueling endeavors of the last school year, I let my mind stay in relaxation mode longer than I should have. Sure, I have moments of inspiration written in the “Notes” section of my phone, but that is as far as most things have gotten so far this summer. I’ve gone through anger and regret with myself for allowing that to happen, but after reveling in these feelings longer than I should have, I finally decided that it was time for me to take some action.
Fulfilled Fantasies reception, photo by Daniel Livingstone.
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I’ll admit it: other than working on some poetry submissions for publishers and revising some old poems here and there, this past winter b..
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It’s been a rough week.
I stepped out my door to see a pile of barricades, tents, and German music for Maifest.
While there are plenty of MFA programs that of..