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Random Fact #9

I sometimes worry that someone in real life will call me “Jay” Pines, and my gig will be up.



I learn to navigate any given room by taking note of where the floorboards creak. The first rule of living by proxy is doing the research. 451 more words


[MA] Links for Further Research of Culture & Identity Project

I had a tutorial with my tutor today for the culture and identity research project.

For those who are new to my blog, I have the habit of recording the links and what I have found on the internet here on my blog so that I won’t lose them and will be able to look back later. 151 more words

英國留學記事/Life In The UK

On New Voices, Froyo, & Pen Names

Submissions for The Masters Review New Voices category are free, and open year round. A paid market. Check it out.

Froyo–frozen yogurt–is now officially a word. 38 more words


Iteration #3 - "Ethnic Erasure in Literature and other Ethnic Constraints"

The salient framing of an Asian woman fading into the background visually communicates this idea of ethnic erasure where the lack of opportunities for ethnic writers in the Western creative writing industry will lead to  270 more words

Digital Literacy

Iteration #2 - "Issues of Diversity"

Using the concept of Semiotic Disobedience (Katyal, 2006, p.491), this iteration is an adaptation of a Penguin Classics cover. In resisting, subverting, and recoding its original meaning, the issues of diversity in literature are highlighted, empowering ethnic writers who have felt the need to compromise their identity to be published. 208 more words

Digital Literacy

What's in a name?

So, I’ve written a steamy romance, next step getting an agent or publisher right? Except, while researching agents and publishers, I quickly realised that many of my fellow writers used a pseudonym for their romance work. 607 more words