I may think love destroys me but it is love that sets me free. Somewhere Nowhere In My Kingdom: Volume 2 Somewhere Nowhere In My Kingdom is back with another issue! In Volume 2, you will find a collection of seven poems on the theme of love packed together with a visual punch. As usual, … More SNIK Poetry: A Valentine’s Special
Our culture has always been deeply consumerist, and it seems to me that we have lost the patience for, literally everything. Everything is about instant gratification. Not even one’s ideas are spared from our ravenous yet disinterested fast-food consumption. If you see a blog post that requires three or more mouse scrolls, would you still be … More I have no patience for…everything
I always stress the importance of “awareness”–but could that just be laziness? It seems to me I have achieved little in action; all I do is blog about stuff. I rant, I express, I talk about how I feel and what I’ve learned about the world–be it social issues, spirituality, God, gender, homosexuality, the human … More The Kinds of Activism
According to various dictionaries and encyclopedias I have visited, a slut either means a “dirty, slovenly woman” or “a woman who is promiscuous and immoral”. It is often used as a derogatory term, an attack on a woman’s character because of her sexual practice. Well, being the feminist that I am, I obviously object to … More SLUT!?
Haven’t updated for a while! It seems like I’m not updating as often as I intend to. I was supposed to be blogging about my experiences as an intern at Ricepaper… Well, I’m starting to do some copyediting work. To my slight surprise it does not really involve changing the writer’s work. It is only to maintain … More Busy busy busy + some writing contest information
“A World Without Toys” By T. M. Wright From “The Year’s Best Fantasy” Short Story Collection Some basic notes: story opener: “When the County Department of Public Works tore up part of St. Paul Street so workers could lay new pipe, they found a small green clapboard house 20 feet below street level. Only the front of … More Case Study #2: “A World Without Toys”
“The Improper Princess” By Patricia C. Wrede From “The Year’s Best Fantasy” Short Stories Collection Some basic notes: story opener: “Linderwall was a large kingdom, just east of the Mountains of Morning, where philosophers were highly respected and the number five was fashionable. The climate was unremarkable. The knights kept their armor brightly polished (mainly for show—it … More Case Study #1: “The Improper Princess”
Question started at Girl with a Notebook. How do I evaluate my progess? The truth is, I have no idea. I never think about how much progress I’ve made. I believe the blog chain members already knows what kind of planner I am. Yep. I always stab my plans in the stomach. I tried setting … More Blog Chain: Progress