Published in the Women's Press of San Luis Obispo, 2008
Published in Script, 2008
I was feeling inspired to make something with a little more wiggle room. A little more...PANACHE.
I studied O'Connor lot in AP English, and it was really interesting to revisit her more than a decade later through a different lens. This book offers a really illuminating perspective on how O'Connor's faith shaped her writing, and how most of the world has misinterpreted her famously grotesque short stories.
F Train Poet Overheard on the morning commute and written down verbatim. 2017 ***** You think that I'm a sucker. A lollipop or sumthin. Don't fuck with me. This motherfucker's already been appraised... in the jewelry store. That's where I be at. In the kitchen cookin' pieces for my baaaby. RDM RECORDS! Damn. I wish … Continue reading F Train Oracle
I love Jack Kerouac's first impressions of Big Sur. No other writer has captured the duality of this place—its lightness and darkness—so perfectly.