2019 is many things. Like starting new stories. Writing poems in Tagalog. Listening to a lot of local music instead of deciphering another’s tongue. Not writing the things I should have, which I regret (coughcoughNOLIcough). Hitting the brakes on querying
Incredibly talented writers-editors Nova Ren Suma and Emily X.R. Pan unveiled a Kickstarter project last year under the skin-shaking name of Foreshadow, an online anthology of short stories from new and established writers in the world of YA. I saw
I have been planning to write this post yesterday, the 29th, so I could sit down and vomit an entire month of painstaking resilience and joy I have never seen happen all at once. Which didn’t happen, because I was
The thing about this Sunday is when I have pulled out my favorite blue swing dress because I have nothing to wear for church, I found out that there are two giant blobs of bleach stains in the front (therefore
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