Support.

Support.

March 4, 2010

Correct me if I’m wrong, but the path from young adulthood to adulthood seems to be one where we have to humble ourselves and learn how to reach out for that help and support we had learned to live without in the past, when we were striving to be fiercely independent.

Genre Kills

Genre Kills

March 3, 2010

I’m a big fan of looking beyond genre, because I think genre kills. Genre imprisons creatives into little boxes that creative people were designed to break in the first place. Genre kills because life isn’t lived in genres

Finding My Form

Finding My Form

March 2, 2010

I think finding the right form is important for any writer. Just like an athlete has to pick what kind of sport to dedicate themselves to, a writer needs to know what form fits them best.

Doubt.

Doubt.

March 1, 2010

If you have doubts, you are not alone. It’s part of being human. I’m starting to believe that “fearlessness” is only a fictional trait.

What Are You Writing About?

What Are You Writing About?

February 27, 2010

So, when I say I’m writing a novel, inevitably the next question is always: “What are you writing about?” I’m secretly annoyed by this question. Although I know everyone who asks it really means well, there’s something sort of unfair about it.

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