It is a great privilege to present to you my flash essay Rain Dance, published today on Prometheus Dreaming. Please, read it (and the other fantastic pieces I am lucky enough to be published alongside) and let me know what you think! Click on the picture below to read my piece.
I’ve given myself a personal goal – to write 1,000 words a day, five days a week. In the grand scheme of things I’m not sure if this is a lofty goal or a laughable one, but to me it feels manageable; just tough enough that I feel proud when I accomplish it, but notContinue reading “O! For a Muse of Fire!”
“Art is never finished, only abandoned”. This is a famous quote, often used when talking about the subject I wish to address today: how to know when a piece of writing is done. It’s a simple enough question. When am I finished? By what yardstick can I measure completeness when it comes to my work?Continue reading ““Art is Never Finished””
I first became aware of Gustav Klimt and his work when I was in 10th grade. I had decided to switch my language classes from French, a language I found frankly boring and far more difficult than necessary, to German. My German teacher at the time was named Frau Christophe; she was a delightful, bright,Continue reading “Inspiration – The Passion of Gustav Klimt”