Yup. It’s true. I’m back. I’ve been thinking about coming back for a couple of weeks; this blog sprung to mind only at the end of September. I got caught up in my writing dilemmas. Before that, when I was still writing on this blog, I was also getting caught up in life– but not in a… Continue reading I’m Back!
Image Source You might remember I took a blogging hiatus at around January/ February, if you’re one of my long-time followers. I’m going on another hiatus so I can focus on completing my writing projects and doing work for The Drowning Gull. As much as I love all of you, finding things to write about… Continue reading Going On Hiatus
I woke up this morning to an exciting e-mail! Dear Tiegan Dakin, Thank you for sending us “Journey” and “Thought Trail”. We love them and would like to publish them in the next issue of weirderary. Are they still available? Thanks again. Sincerely, Jay Thompson weirderary I quickly replied saying they were, and they sent a… Continue reading Artwork in Weirderary!
A few days ago, an issue of After the Pause was published– in which two pieces of my artwork appear! Visit this link to view them. Head over to After the Pause to read the work of their wonderful contributors, or submit something yourself. There’s also writing and artwork by Kyle Hemmings, Colton Huelle, Laurie Kolp,… Continue reading Artwork in After the Pause
I’ve been having next to no luck with this portfolio I keep talking about. The closest I’ve come to publishing it in its entirety was having one of the photos accepted by Up The Staircase Quarterly, and as grateful as I am, the whole experience is making me bitter. I really want these photos to… Continue reading Illumine: Photography Portfolio
On the 16th of this month, I sent this message to Zaerën via Facebook: “Hey, I think I’m going to step away from writing for you for a while… I feel like the changes you’ve made to Avenoir don’t really match the reason I applied for a contributor position in the first place.” I had… Continue reading Resignation: Avenoir Magazine
GUYS. Seriously. GUYS. I wanted to claw my eyes out last night. Legitimately. Staring at a computer screen for 6 hours is not fun. But I got it done. And the result is a collection of some of the most diverse writers and artists I’ve ever seen.I’m exceptionally proud, but I don’t have the energy or… Continue reading The First Issue of The Drowning Gull is Out!