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Practice

I have been reading a good (if uneven) book entitled¬† Talent is Overrated, which is actually less about talent and more about practice, which is something that is very important to me as a writer. I feel like practice is … Continue reading

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Victims Of Ted Bundy: The Chapbook

The chapbooks are officially for sale here! I could not be more excited. They just arrived in the mail on Monday. You should go here and buy one! Or send the link to someone who might be interested. If you … Continue reading

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On Research

As an undergraduate I studied history and classical civilizations. I focused on roman culture and the World Wars. I did not like researching particularly. Although It was something I found myself doing frequently. Of course as a voracious reader I … Continue reading

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Balancing Writing

In literary circles, the discussion of a writing life almost always involves frustration with writing and time. Time is something almost everyone seems to be lacking in when it comes to writing, because life requires balance, but it also demands … Continue reading

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Writerly Routines

When I first started writing, I will sadly admit that the bulk of my poetry was written in class, usually in Computer Science, History, or Math. I wrote in small font in the margins discretely, then if I liked it … Continue reading

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Favorite Places to Write: Brooklyn

I have lived in several cities over the last couple of years. Since I write primarily outside of my apartment, I tend to really prize having good places to work near my apartment. This is the first in a series … Continue reading

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Sticky Little Phrases

Sometimes I have awkward lines, that wedge themselves into my head, in a way that I cannot get them out of my brain. They come up whenever I try to start writing. One of the lines that has been stubbornly … Continue reading

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On an Apocalypse

Seven Golden Lampstands is the name of my manuscript of apocalypse poems. I have been working on this manuscript for three years now and it is slowly coming together. Various poems from the collection are already available in Journals, print … Continue reading

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Favorite Journals

I read a fair amount of journals and I am constantly reviewing new ones for publication so this list is subject to change. I could probably post a new one every couple months.¬† However the following journals all deserve, at … Continue reading

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Where to Submit?

With so many journals out there it is often hard to find the right place to submit your work. It is easy to become paralyzed by the options. My method for choosing journals is in no way perfect, but perhaps … Continue reading

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