Last year, I started my first audio fiction podcast. It's an anthology about mermaids. I started it within two weeks of having the initial idea of it. I started it because I wanted people drawing mermaids to have a podcast about mermaids to listen to while they drew mermaids in May. I put my poetry,… Continue reading It’s my 30th birthday.
Let the record show that I freakin’ love Louie Zong’s music. Zong’s work has been a staple in my playlist building and writing prompts for a while now. But this November, one particular EP has been an incomparable tool in the battle for word count domination. This particular EP came out in August but as… Continue reading Louie Zong’s “Fries” EP is a godsend for my writing/productivity woes
I made a mermaid audio fiction podcast! RSS Feed: https://pinecast.com/feed/come-on-in https://radiopublic.com/come-on-in-the-waters-fine-6pdgQN/ep/s1!00f39 I love seeing all the beautiful artwork the artist community comes up with for #MerMay, and it always inspires me to write. I just really love the idea of people listening to mermaid podcasts while they draw mermaids, and the want for that reality… Continue reading Come On In, The Water’s Fine is out now!
April 28, 2019 is the one year anniversary of WICOMICON, a pop up convention in Baltimore that was planned and executed in one week. The past few days I’ve seen people on twitter reminiscing and I thought now was the best time for me to finally write that blog post that I really should have… Continue reading #WICOMICON: Healing While Doing the Damn Thing
This particular topic started rolling around in my mind when this thread by Gabriel Urbina waltzed across my twitter timeline. It spoke on the woefully incorrect assumption by many journalists who don't cover audio fiction, about how boring and predictable audio fiction is because it's so much like the radio plays of yesteryear. Well, Urbina… Continue reading Moonbase Theta Out: Using Predictability as a Tool to Maximize My Heartbreak!
I am 29 years old. I play D & D with a lovely group of people, once a week. Recently, I came to the startling realization that this is the first time in my life where my social relationships are purely social. Up until this point, all my relationships were colored by financial, organizational, or… Continue reading Social Relationships: Responsibility as My Safety Device
Hello all! It is the beginning of March and in favor of my trying to post something here monthly AND in an effort to be more spiritually self absorbed in my writing, here’s a general update on what’s going on with me! It’s a new year! 2019! And it’s already shaping up to be super… Continue reading 2019 Life Update – March
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It’s my birthday! And I like podcasts! And I really need to write a blog post this month! So, it’s my first, maybe annual, birthday bulleted list blog post about podcasts! I like podcasts and I REALLY want to write about them more. A problem that I’ve had for years as a fan who’s also… Continue reading The Birthday Blog Post About Podcasts of 2019!
The whole family was here. Cousin Tracey was wearing that pastel coat she hated but she was counting her blessings: not a single person had made a joke about boiled eggs tonight. Cousin Jacqueline had pulled out all the stops on her outfit for the occasion, covered in glittering fringe, she looked marvelous. When asked… Continue reading A New Baby New Year