YM&S: Professional ambitions, part 1 – Publishers Lunch

Now that I've found a niche of publishing to call my very own, several professional ambitions have become defined in what was previously a very vague landscape. Planning things out before hand isn't really my style: one of the reasons that I fared so poorly in academia qua academia—I have habituated myself to solving any … Continue reading YM&S: Professional ambitions, part 1 – Publishers Lunch

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As Tanya put it, I crap on everything

Some readers feel compelled to remind me that I’m twenty-six. Within that group, a subset tells me (as often as they get the chance) that I do not know everything. But telling an intelligent and ambitious twenty-six year old that he does not have the capacity to understand everything is like telling a teenager that … Continue reading As Tanya put it, I crap on everything

The end

I had fun with this site. The experiment taught me about WordPress, about non-writer reactions to my writings, and about community building. Thank you especially Kate Barkhurst, Jenn Dietz, Mani Afsari, Laura Cococcia, Nancy Watts, and Karrie Higgins. Also, I love you Ashley Gravatte. Thank you for all of your support and for standing by … Continue reading The end