My Unsolicited Writers-On-Writing Three-Pack; or, a glimpse into what makes me tick as a human who writes.

August 23rd, 2020 1. On Writing, Stephen King. Stephen King has been teaching me how to write my whole life. Through his novels (my first was Cujo, a book he thinks is good, but apparently does not entirely remember writing), his adapted work, his interviews, his magazine essays, his Twitter account — dude and hisContinue reading “My Unsolicited Writers-On-Writing Three-Pack; or, a glimpse into what makes me tick as a human who writes.”

What Lasts Does Not Do So On Its Own

August 17th, 2020 As we watch relationships dissolve en masse, for a variety of valid and irrational reasons, I reflect on how they last. (It’s almost like social media has publicly revealed that maybe humans are not meant to be exposed to so many thoughts and opinions all the dang time.) When two people areContinue reading “What Lasts Does Not Do So On Its Own”