I haven’t written in a while. I think in my heart, I must be old-fashioned because I write these posts as if they were letters to an old friend. Maybe that’s who reads them in my head.
Things have felt slightly melancholic lately.
“I love how all the constellations are named after Greek heroes. It reminds me that, even though immortal, they have vices too.” – Alysia Harris I came across Alysia Harris years ago. Her poem “Cab Rides & The Morning After” was one of the first spoken word poetry videos I discovered that was cinematic in style.Continue reading “Poet of The Week: Alysia Harris”
Ever feel like you just need some music to help you zone out? I got you covered!
An insightful commentary on creating for small audiences by guest contributor Maz Hedgehog.
It’s going to be an emotional one…
A few things are changing around here….
Throwing back to this poem I wrote on fake news for The SAN Conference!
I hope you’ve all had a wonderful July, I know I certainly have! As I’ve been getting up to quite a lot this month, I thought I’d take the time to look back and fill you in on some of my favourite moments. 4th July: My Birthday Starting the month off with a bang (literallyContinue reading “July: Monthly Write-Up!”
Since my poetry baby Rhymes & Records turned one in January, I thought it only appropriate to commemorate this wondrous occasion in a blog post, reflecting on the year we’ve had and thanking some of the people who have been involved along the way. For those of you who don’t know: Rhymes & Records isContinue reading “A Year of Poetry”