I overhauled the format of my blog this weekend. I kept the style the same but threw out most of the sidebar features. In the interest of transparency and authenticity, I thought I'd explain why.
Last summer as an editorial intern, I had the pleasure of dissecting a proposal for a fantastic book by Rosie Molinary called Beautiful You: A Daily Guide to Radical Self-Acceptance. Now, I look over a lot of proposals in my field of work. A lot. And I always feel like I forget almost every single … Continue reading That One Book Proposal
When poetry hits the right notes, it reverberates with something in the marrow of your bones and your spinal chord and it shakes you and wakes you up -- sometimes with a jolt, sometimes with a quiet kiss on the shoulder, sometimes with tears in your eyes with thoughts of days gone by. It is … Continue reading Number 316
Eight thousand feet up, there was a lake that started as a waterfall that started as ice melting at twelve thousand feet. I looked up and all around me the sides of rocks stared down at me. They felt like they were closing in on me. Even in such a vast open space, the size … Continue reading Feeling is a Choice