Image Source 2016 is finally over, people say. 2016 was a horrible year, people say. Yes, it is. And maybe it was. We said goodbye to Prince, David Bowie, Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds… Etc, etc. But we should probably focus on the more positive things, says my brain’s positive counterpart (maybe I’m just saying that because I was never really a… Continue reading New Year, New Me! (Not.)
Hey! If you follow the blog of my literary magazine, The Drowning Gull, or you’re one of my co-workers, you’ll know I always speak highly of Orooj-e-Zafar. She’s a Pakistani spoken-word poet and all-round wonderful person who I met via Raquel Thorne (who I met because I started doing some spoken-word poet interviews… the irony!) Anyway, I… Continue reading The Life Story of Orooj-e-Zafar
Hey everyone! It’s actually Monday where I am, but I figured I’d better not leave you in the dark this weekend without something to ponder. I have no clue what to talk about, so I’ll just run through the many rejections I’ve received over the past few months. Rejection #1: Dear Tiegan, Thank you for… Continue reading Submission Haul Rejections
I’m just writing a brief post to tell you two things. I finally have a new post up at Avenoir. This time, it’s more of a news-related article that I think will particularly interest writers prone to procrastination. Here’s a preview: Image Source The Internet naturally distracts every writer. Browsing while typing up first drafts… Continue reading Writerly Updates
Image Source After having spent the last few weeks- for the most part- at school and doing homework, I haven’t made much time to write. Coupled with Avenoir Magazine, this blog and The Drowning Gull, I’m not left with much time to write to scripts and stories I’ve been planning. There simply isn’t enough time to write… Continue reading The Torture of “Waiting” To Write
Today, I picked up a copy of Gena Showalter’s Firstlife. There were many other books I and series I could have chosen, including but not limited to The Danish Girl, Still Alice, The Girl on the Train, If I Stay, The Mortal Instruments and, of course, the infamous Hunger Games. There were other people around me, twisting their bodies into… Continue reading The Difference Between Wanting and Doing
Cahoodaloodaling and spoken word poetry.