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Multi-focused Careers and Digital Organization (How-To Notes)

If I’ve learned anything from the modern entrepreneur, it is that life need not cease because of work demands. In fact, by embracing a few paradoxes of the modern age, I’ve been escaping the mindset that we must be chained to a desk to be productive.   1,457 more words


Yeah, if you're writing literary short stories, you really do need to put up with submission fees

People often forget that the ethical standards in their field are just consensus guidelines. What matters, oftentimes, is not the specific standard, but whether or not a given actor is willing to abide by those standards. 631 more words


Just out from TriQuarterly...

Issue 146 of TriQuarterly is out, and you can find two of my poems in it.  I am so excited to appear alongside the work of these brilliant poets and writers!   27 more words



Because there are other things going on here than lupus lupus lupus pain pain pain legs legs legs (calves calves calves) cripple cripple cripple.

Last night I had a dream that I had tapeworms in my calves. 151 more words


How I Published My Writing (With a Little Help From My Friends)

Sixteen months ago, I had only published six poems (all in a close friend’s journal that accepted 100% of submissions).

As of today, I’ve now published thirty-two poems/short stories in twenty literary journals. 642 more words

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Just arrived from New Millennium Writings...

I am so thrilled to have poems in the new issue New Millennium Writings.  Check out the awesome poets and writers I get to appear alongside:



6 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Submit Your Short Story or Poetry

You wrote a great story/poem and now you’re all ready to submit it for consideration in your favorite journal. Before you click send, make sure that your submission doesn’t have any of these six common red flags by asking yourself: 368 more words

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