This week has been incredibly long and tiring. Some awesome things have happened, as well as the simply exhausting things.
Primarily, I attended Olympic College’s 5th Annual Diversity Conference, this year as a presenter myself. It was a great experience, though incredibly nerve wracking and highlighting my incredible skill in procrastination. I promised attendees that I would post slides from my presentation. Yesterday.
So, in keeping with the rest of my current schedule, let’s aim for a nice little reflection and information post next week.
Consider this your teaser post. (I’m considering it hanging onto my weekly post promise to myself a little bit longer.)
Awesome things in the works: (Theoretically, anyway.)
A few more previously published pieces,
Some awesome short pieces,
and for me, actually working on my novel.
From somewhere under the pile of things, Happy Pride!
Warped and lengthened timelines are fine. We can always celebrate cool things.
As part of my participation in the Seattle Erotica Art Festival this last week, I joined a poetry art tour called Wanderlust. Participating writers got to look at the gallery of visual art and write pieces responding to artworks they found inspiring.
Well Hooligan Lili, the artist for the work I chose, saw my writing and has featured my poem on her website!
I’m honored that my writing resonated so positively, and it’s amazing to see my work in awesome new places! I’m so happy we got to talk about art and inspiration.
To read my poem, and see Hooligan Lili’s fantastic artworks, visit Hooligan Designs!
I will have a piece of writing in this year’s Seattle Erotic Arts Festival Literary Anthology!
It looks like there’s going to be some really amazing artists featured, I’m honored to be included. I’m also very excited to be able to attend the festival and be a part of this awesome event!
There’s more information about the festival through the link below, and I’ll make sure to make more updates if anything particularly exciting or new comes up!
Literary Artists of 2018
Find the link to purchase the Anthology for yourself HERE.