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Driven Cold

I much prefer winter
She smiled
Actually fall. Fall is best.
The colors, the textures, the cocoa,
Leaves are turned
every beautiful variation of orange, 60 more words

YA Project Status: Editing

I apologize for the delay in a new post, but I was working with much gusto to complete my YA manuscript.  I did, by the way.   407 more words

Writing

Quote: A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara

“If I were a different kind of person, I might say that this whole incident is a metaphor for life in general: things get broken, and sometimes they get repaired, and in most cases, you realize that no matter what gets damaged, life rearranges itself to compensate for your loss, sometimes wonderfully.”

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Review: The Wallcreeper by Nell Zink

Stephen and Tiff have a car accident because of a bird. And in the accident pregnant Tiff looses her baby. After the accident Tiff is no longer pregnant. 383 more words

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Women and Science Fiction

See, when I think of women in science fiction stories, the above picture represents how I’d portray a character. She’s perhaps a little idealized, but still, she’s clearly an astronaut representing America. 520 more words

Science Fiction

On White Guys Talking About Reading Women

http://jezebel.com/damn-youre-not-reading-any-books-by-white-men-this-yea-1751094468

I’m a white guy, and prone to getting unfortunately navel-gazey and introspective. I heard about this piece from Jezebel on the 3% Podcast (books in translation, check it out) and spent some time thinking about how it applied to me and my project of reading 50 books by female authors this year. 311 more words

Reading

Review: Two Serious Ladies by Jane Bowles

Christina Goering and Frieda Copperfield are going all out. Christina, who is a little too obsessed with religious habits and washing away other peoples sins (“Do you want to be forever condemned?”) is embarking on late night visits to men she has just met, which makes her question the moral framework of her upbringing: 456 more words

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