You have three options at all times arising out of one principle. It’s easy to say that you “ignore” the rules and “just do your [own] thing.” But if you don’t know what The Rules are, how do you know… Read More »Intelligence Log: Advice for a Young Poet/Activist
The Poet’s Log
Not accidentally posting the same thing over and over here, I’m purposely posting the same words 11 times so that all these numbers have some context. This is round 6 of 11 such posts. In the off-chance that you are… Read More »Engineering Log: The T.H. Epic, Schematics Vol.6
Woah, Nelly, has it ever been a minute since I did this. So go easy on me. I’m out of practice. As of this writing, I’m livestreaming Monday through Wednesday mornings for 3.5 hours of writing accountability followed by a… Read More »Communications Log: Morning Writing Streaming 3 Days A Week
And I’m still not accidentally posting the same thing over and over, I’m purposely posting the same words 11 times so that all these numbers have some context. This is round 5 of 11 such posts. In the off-chance that… Read More »Engineering Log: The T.H. Epic, Schematics Vol.5
Presumably, we all know a poem when we see one, but how do we know? Over the course of this series you’ve been spoonfed the F4Q, the Fundamental 4 Questions that every poem answers. What is the form of the poem, open or shut? Who is the voice of… Read More »Academy Log: What is poetry, again?