I Didn’t Hate It #6

Vacation in New York City has surrounded me with friends, musicals, and art with time squeezed in to work on projects like my resume and writing.

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Reading Recap: August 2017

RRAugust2017.pngAugust 2017 was my busiest month. Between wrapping up my summer project, taking a hiatus from writing, a family emergency, and moving, reading was a welcome refuge. Here’s what I learned this month.

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I Didn’t Hate It #3

I feel like a new person after that hiatus. I have transcended into a being that can pump out, on average, 1,000 words per hour. I have no idea how I achieved such a feat.

On the lighter side, the Brooklyn Speculative Fiction Writers are running a Kickstarter for Kaleidocast’s second season. There’s a collective short story, “It Began In Red Hook,” authored by a pantheon of great authors. How cool is that?

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I Didn’t Hate It #2

Hiatus ends on Friday, so I’m back to writing on Saturday. My deadline for my graduate school project got pushed to 4 days earlier. Moving is already giving me the anxieties. The next two weeks are going to be fascinating.

On the lighter side, the Brooklyn Speculative Fiction Writers are running a Kickstarter for Kaleidocast’s second season. Support emerging voices in the broken Brooklyn storyscape.

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Reading Recap: July 2017

RRJuly2017July 2017 was the inaugural edition of #QBFFsRead, in which me and Elliott Junkyard read a new queer book every week. The books I read this week either have LGBT characters, strong themes around sexuality and identity, or both.

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