S.J. Penner: a writerly vlogger you should totally watch

https://youtu.be/jDlDC043Oj8?list=PLUZv3ib90i6xFMV-lK85e-LEtx1x03A-h When I hear the word "vlog," YouTubers like Casey Neistat, Elise Buch, and Alyshia Ford (PsychoTraveler) Presley Alexander (ActOutGames) come to my mind - YouTubers who frequently document themselves doing things.  Things which require moving around and going places and opening things.  But a vlog doesn't need to be those things - it can … Continue reading S.J. Penner: a writerly vlogger you should totally watch

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“When the Cool Kids Come Knocking at My Door” – a poem from my new audio collection

I just released a small audio collection of original poems and sound art, written and read aloud by yours truly.  "Cool Kids" is the first track in that collection.  If you'd like to hear me read it along with you, just press play!   Hello there, this is a courtesy visit to you I wanna … Continue reading “When the Cool Kids Come Knocking at My Door” – a poem from my new audio collection

Review: Jelly Bean Summer by Joyce Magnin (courtesy of NetGalley)

I recently joined NetGalley, a website which provides professional readers (I guess I'm one now) and bookish bloggers (I guess that's more like it) with advance reader copies of upcoming releases.  By the time I got my Jelly Bean Summer ARC, it was already a few days after the book was released (May 2nd, 2017), … Continue reading Review: Jelly Bean Summer by Joyce Magnin (courtesy of NetGalley)

Great Resource: A Parent’s Guide to Anime from Anime Cafe

Truth be told, I don't watch anime.  I love the art form and I enjoy the soundtracks to many well-known animes, but I don't actually watch much of it.  RWBY and Avatar are really the only anime-style cartoons I've been able to enjoy. It's a cultural thing, really.  Japanese culture advocates for exposure to mature … Continue reading Great Resource: A Parent’s Guide to Anime from Anime Cafe