An old poem revisited.
I outline one of the many forms of writer’s block that may be stopping you from enjoying writing–or stopping your writing altogether. This type focuses on when your ideas are lacking, feel like shit, or can’t mesh well together.
A flash fiction about some friends, inspired by a childhood setting that no longer exists. // Word Count: 755
Personal diary on my experiences with short-term therapy. May be triggering to those with mental illnesses. Day 4: The fourth session. // Word Count: 392
There’s a creek in my hometown that I love, despite the changes since I first began loving it. This is a poem. // Word Count: 297
A short lesson—and my personal advice—on one of the most basic (or rather, well-known) literary devices available to writers. // Word Count: 817
A poem about adventure through nostalgia. And nature. Always nature…
Personal diary on my experiences with short-term therapy. May be triggering to those with mental illnesses. Day 3: The third session. // Word Count: 454
The basics of my gender identity–at least in the way that I experience it. // Word Count: 656
A poem about my abusive ex-boyfriend.