Absences & Advertisements (Not a Poem)

Please excuse my absence of writing and reading poetry on this blog. I’ve entered my senior year of undergraduate work, as well as maintained a full-time neuroengineering position this summer. I absolutely intend on returning when the courses have lightened and my graduate applications are submitted. There are some fabulous poets I have, unfortunately, fallen quite behind in reading, and rest assured that your craft is missed in my literary life. I’ve also initiated a personal project (a.k.a. a chapbook) that has absorbed much writing that could possibly be published on the blog.

Featured is the cover picture for Menacing Hedge (credits to Lily Furedi), which is a beautifully-curated online magazine. Some of my work was published in their most recent edition. I suggest you check it out (due to my bias or not): it was always an abstract favorite of mine, and I was ecstatic for this acceptance.



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Hello, fellow bundle of nerves and flesh! I'm a simple little being who's half-poet, half-scientist, and all gelatinous chaos. Sort of like an illogical marshmallow. If you'd like to learn more, please seek out the "First Impressions" page. Thank you for the visit, bundle friend.

5 thoughts on “Absences & Advertisements (Not a Poem)”

    1. Thank you very much! Of course, I’m in no rush, and I’d like to get a few more pieces into some publications before I tackle a manuscript head-on. It’s making progress, though. I’m glad to be back and reading your wonderful work, as well. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. I assembled a chapbook manuscript last October, and have revised it multiple times. Now it barely resembles that manuscript, but is much stronger. So I’m firmly in the “no rush to publication” camp.

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