This morning, my first official interview as an author dropped! I was nervous heading into this, but Kathleen Foxx, the host of Badass Writers Podcast, put me at ease quickly. We had a lovely chat where I talk about writing, my debut novel, and the how the Voices of JAMS collection came to be (which,Continue reading “First Interview”
Category Archives: Teaching
And So It Begins. Again.
Two weeks. Two weeks until the end of the hardest semester of my thirteen year teaching career. Yep, even harder than that semester when we had to shift suddenly to fully remote teaching in Spring 2020. This semester has sort of been like those scenes in films with the trick lens where someone is sprintingContinue reading “And So It Begins. Again.”
What Even is Time?
I find myself once again going – where did the time go? Surely it hasn’t been two months since I last posted here. But alas – it almost has been. The last time I wrote, though, I wasn’t expecting everything that was to follow: oven fire (everything is fine, though I went a month withoutContinue reading “What Even is Time?”
I’m Still Here
I know it’s not news to say that life has been strange these last 492 days. (I used a date calculator to figure that number out – I’m honestly lucky I know today is Saturday…) It’s difficult for me to believe that I haven’t stepped foot inside of a classroom in over a year –Continue reading “I’m Still Here”
Goode Versus Melville
in 2015, I got an idea for a Young Adult superhero novel. It would be told in first person by the son of a super villain hellbent on revenge against the man who killed his wife, the mother of his child. Our narrator, though, both used and neglected by his father, would want nothing toContinue reading “Goode Versus Melville”
I have a bit of a commute from my home to my college where I teach. (Well, that’s a pretty severe understatement, actually. It’s far. Really far.) When I left work this afternoon to head home for the weekend, there was still no indication as to whether or not we would be returning the nextContinue reading “COVID 19”