MFA Journey

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April is here. . .

April is here which means I’m preparing for my daughter’s spring break in two weeks. I’m trying to line up some writing gigs as my internship will conclude end of April. There’s an exhibit I want to check out, America I Am, which is at the National Geographic museum. The writing is coming along slowly … Continue reading


Back in the Habit!

It’s been a little over a month since I last posted. Here’s what I’ve been up to in the past month: 1. Started an editorial internship with the online news and culture magazine, The Root 2. Saw the play Let Me Down Easy and interviewed Anna Deveare Smith, the playwright-actress who conceived the fascinating show. … Continue reading

Fall is Here

First, hear is one of my favorite tunes about autumn. It’s a cover that Miles Davis did in ’64. There’s a lot going on at once. The goal is to surrender myself (or my literary voice) to do some new things. Yet, I’m interested in working on a continuum, if that makes sense. It’s been … Continue reading

Hiatus is Over. . .

  I needed to throw my hat back in the race, and by race I mean, stating relevant in this tech-centric age of blogging and what not. So, what has kept me away from blogging….hmm. I’ve been doing a ton of reading, hundreds of pages, reading criticism, underlining and commenting in margins. Writing poems, reading … Continue reading