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Valentine's Day Haikus

There are only 4 days left until Valentine’s Day, a holiday when poems, music, and other forms of art are shared between couples as an extra special way to say “I love you”. To celebrate this Valentine’s Day, I’ll be posting at least one romance-based haiku per day on Twitter. Here are my first two […]

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Uncovering Your Old Works

I recently found a large stash of old poetry from high school and college. I was able to split it into three piles: one for amateur teen angst, one with the potential for improvement, and one for pieces that are already good to go. I think the second pile, the one I can improve, is […]

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Clean Up Your (Food) Act!

My latest published article is called “Clean Up Your (Food) Act!” and revolves around how to start and maintain a strict, healthy diet. What’s different about this article from all the other “healthy eating” articles out there? Instead of giving you the usual either barely usable or very obvious tips, I provide exact details on […]

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The Constant State of Writing

There are times when I can’t stop writing, but the timing is not convenient. This happens most often on weekdays, when I write at every stoplight I hit while driving, in between bites of meals, and while waiting to meet friends at restaurants. I almost always carry a notebook with me because of this, and I sometimes even end […]

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Do You Write What You Read?

At some point during my writing career, I realized that my writing is completely unrelated to what I read. This seems very strange to me since it would make more sense if I wrote genres and styles in which I had reading experience. But I am quite the opposite. The only similarity between my writings […]

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Symbolic Experimentalism via #twitterfiction

Twitter is having a fiction festival November 28 through December 2 (#twitterfiction), and I will be posting a tweet each day – each tweet will be an entire piece of symbolic experimentalist writing in 140 characters. Here’s my first one to give you a taste of what I’ll be tweeting: His sweater was unravelling at the […]

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Thanksgiving and Black Friday Haiku

Thanksgiving Plates and pans galore. Holiday over, snack made, Cozy couch, movies. Black Friday They’re all out shopping, Fighting and buying, stressing. I’m home, warm, happy. I usually don’t participate in Black Friday, and this year, I’m using the extra day to further my writing exposure. And snack on leftovers. I was thinking about why […]

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