My last day at CAIR is July 24. Next week and the week after I’m working 20 hours a week. In other words, day job
Donnie Darko: one montage tells it all
Random thought: this segment of Donnie Darko tells us so much about the setting and characters.
The end is in sight
I finally got (or finally understood, or a combination of both) the schedule of key dates for my fourth, last, final and ultimate semester at
A book and a memoir
I’m two months into my last semester at Goucher! My mentor for this semester is Phillip Gerard and I think he’s going to provide the
Coming back and reading Justin Cronin
Lots has happened since the last time I blogged – probably too much to review quickly, so I may lazily throw references to recent events
Getting better all the time
Well, little by little things are getting easier, although my head is still not totally in the game and I’m still not totally caught up
Format, part 2: The overthinking
In last night’s post I promised to continue my train of thought. Yesterday was kind of a thoughtful day, as in I wrote for like
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s an…essay!
Yeah, I’m tired of categories: birds, planes, essays, reportage, memoirs, literary journalism, blah blah blah. I did some journaling today and some thinking about what