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Using world-building in a novel in order to comment on environmental issues

So I had an epiphany today, I realized that when you’re writing a book, right, you essentially have to world build. While you are world building ultimately you have an opportunity–through a concerted use of words, of syntax, of descriptions, and more–to comment on large scale environmental feelings. Atmosphere right. There’s something about environment inContinue reading “Using world-building in a novel in order to comment on environmental issues”

My poetry collection: There was Histrionic Laughter at the Clowns Cadaver is a smash!

Writing a poetry collection is such an interesting experience. I found myself delving into memories I never thought I would revisit in order to procure emotions I did not even know I had. I was told by a friend who is a writer that when I published my book I would be incredibly surprised byContinue reading “My poetry collection: There was Histrionic Laughter at the Clowns Cadaver is a smash!”

Overwhelmed…

This week I mostly felt overwhelmed. I think the prospect of publishing a book, working full-time, and being in school full-time resulted in me feeling somewhat overwhelmed. I think that during times of overwhelm its important to take breaks and also break everything off into bite-sized chunks. I am going to take a shower, cleanContinue reading “Overwhelmed…”

10/25/2020

It is October 25th and the time is 5:57 P.M. I am in the process of publishing my poetry book, There was Histrionic Laughter at the Clown’s Cadaver. The final manuscript is almost entirely complete, I have to format a couple poems and adjust some things for Kindle Press. I still have not decided whetherContinue reading “10/25/2020”


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