Category Archives: Writing
Oh hey. You’re still here. It’s been a while since I posted because…because… I don’t really have a good reason. Maybe that’s part of the problem. It’s hard to come back after six months (or however long it’s been) and … Continue reading
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Yesterday morning, working at the library, I came across a Terry Pratchett book I hadn’t known had been published: Dragons at Crumbling Castle, a collection of his earliest writings. It made me glad to see a little more Pratchett enter … Continue reading
Sometimes writing feels like this. And surprisingly, I’m not talking about the endless series of slaps. At some point, every writer learns that you have to Kill Your Darlings. This means you often have to cut out the part of your … Continue reading
I met a poem yesternight But didn’t take the time to write And then it hid itself away Frightened off by break of day So now I’m staring at my desk To conjure something poem-esque Not in substance, only style Which I will … Continue reading
Writing is the worst thing in the world, except when it’s the best thing in the world. Do you want to write? Of course not. Nobody does. You want to be a writer. Here’s some advice that won’t help you…unless it … Continue reading
A book will never shoot you Or choke you in your bed It can only cut your heart out … Perhaps you’re right to dread.