Jennifer Asks: What Kind of Non-Fiction Are You Most Likely to Read?

The Teletubbies shall know my wrath. Hello Presumed-Humans-- I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award! Oh boy, evidently I have received this nomination twice, from both G.E. Edward Smith of at A Writer's Existence and Jennifer Mugrage at Out of Babel. Thanks to both of you! Since I am trying to do NanoWrimo this … Continue reading Jennifer Asks: What Kind of Non-Fiction Are You Most Likely to Read?

INKTOBER 2019: Day 9. Swing

See that kid in the middle? Don't do that. You will get rope burn. [POETRY UNAVAILABLE] This is an extremely lazy, pre-scheduled post with bad art because my department is undergoing an internal audit and I am currently being grilled by my corporate overlords. So, enjoy these poorly drawn children playing on nooses. Or better … Continue reading INKTOBER 2019: Day 9. Swing

5 Ways Readers Approach Stories Part I. Suspended Disbelief

I have organized certain tendencies about how people engage with stories into 5 different categories, Analytical, Immersive, Psychological, Logical, and Spectacular. These categories are meant to convey a hierarchy of values—none of them are mutually exclusive. If you are applying this to your own reading habits, you’ll probably notice that there is some overlap. Also, … Continue reading 5 Ways Readers Approach Stories Part I. Suspended Disbelief

WTF Wednesday Presents: I Don’t Even Know What This Is

[Content Warning: Adult Language, Sacrilegious Burrito, Pig Latin, Questionable Grammar] Am I asleep? Am I awake? Why did I stay up so late? STARE AT THE SCREEN. STARE AT THE SCREEN. STARE AT THE SCREEN. Click. Click. Fuck. Fuck it. Fuck. What? Am I asleep? Am I awake? Why did I stay up so late? … Continue reading WTF Wednesday Presents: I Don’t Even Know What This Is