writing


Writing Who You Are

As part of my degree in English Literature, which as we all know is a highly sought after major by businesses far and wide, I was required to take a course in Literary Criticism. LIt Crit, we called it, and only juniors and seniors could enroll. The resident homo-erotic-passage-finding, Alfred […]


The Voices, or Finding Your People 17

There are the voices. Ian Morgan Cron: “from one artist to another.” Isaac Rentz: “I’m agnostic when it comes to art.” Anne Lamott: “The voices in your head are of the wounded, raging ego.” Bob Goff: “You aren’t as creative as him. You are as creative as you.” Phil Vischer: […]