I wrote this piece as part of an application to a writer’s residency. It’s a new kind of writing for me, but it’s the kind of writing that I want to do–intellectual work informed by personal experience. My intellectual pursuits makeup most of my life, and I always feel as if my academic projects contain… Continue reading Emerald City Nostalgia and Red Dirt Revelations
The other day, I posted this as a status on Facebook: It’s amazing what a few years and some learning can do to my perceptions of literature. The first time I read Uncle Tom’s Cabin, I was twelve, and I cried my eyes out because of the horrific incidents and the tragic characters. The second time… Continue reading “Consider the Context.”
I wrote a guest post for this awesome blog, Nerds and Nomsense, about the Lisa Hoke art installation, Come On Down at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Take a look, if you like, and also be sure to poke around the Nerds and Nomsense site. It’s a fun place. ZOMG! Art!