Las Vegas holds a special place in my heart, somewhere between skipping a beat and bleeding out. Vegas is the girl who hid in the back of the class...
“Closed in a room, my imagination becomes the universe, and the rest of the world is missing out.”
“Literary” on the Move, trailblazing a “new normal.”
- Cosplay and Videogames
- Comic Books / Cartoons
- Literary Film and TV
- Performance Art
- Jokes and Comedy
- Soap Opera Writing
- Celebrity Writing
- Epistolary Writing
- Fairy Tales
- The Language of Math
- Computer Language
- Literary Art
- Poker Tales
Visiting the Pont Du Gard, An Ancient Roman Monument
The resounding impact of my steps as I walk beneath these mighty arches made me think I could almost hear the voices of those who built them. I was...
The Five-Star Plate
Today, I cried at the nearby mercado here in Oaxaca, Mexico, when I tasted the blue-corn tortillas with huevos con rajas verdes. I’m no foodie and...
This past year is the one that the tourism industry will try to forget. The COVID-19 pandemic ruined travels in an unprecedented way, but with...
H & M
Despite efforts to the contrary, I, too, succumbed to the Meghan & Harry interview with Her Royal Highness Might-As-Well-Be Queen Oprah. Like...
Green Mountain Trail
Isolation has always been my love language, but as soon as I’m stationed overseas (which happens A LOT) or told to social distance, I’m compelled to...
Humanity’s Super Power – Part I
Writers at Large (W@L) came to me by climbing through the basement window—not walking through the front door. Three highly unlikely, unrelated,...
THE QUEEN’S GAMBIT: Spoiler Alert!
Ever since I was a kid I’ve loved immersing myself in a story and a world not my own. So, when friends began talking about The Queen’s Gambit...
ME, MYSELF, & WHY
(Riff—a phrase synonymous with tune, refrain, groove, sample, jam, strum, noodle—only here "riff" plays with words instead of lyrics or strings.)...
My Thoughts on the Book White Fragility
Who remembers the first time they understood some people were a different race than you? I was in 4th grade. I liked a boy named Danny, and he...