http://www.passionplanner.com/ Two of my friends at work already have theirs and they're gorgeous. I couldn't resist.
In only a month Banned Books Week will be here! There's a WRITING CONTEST, a BAKING CONTEST, and a workshop co-hosted by yours truly J. Jobe and Kassandra Klay. You won't want to miss a moment of it! Check it out!!!!! For our part, K and I will be co-hosting a writing workshop including discussion and prompts. Here's a … Continue reading Banned Books Week is coming up!
Come on out if you can tonight Kollective Coffee on Central Ave in Hot Springs ❤
So I stumbled onto two very cool somethings basically by accident. The first was a site called Intention Inspired. There's a book you can get (Kindle or paper). There's an online group you can join, and they've been the most supportive group of strangers I've ever had the pleasure to encounter! But what it's really … Continue reading Intention Inspired & Camp Nanowrimo
My buddy Ellie di Julio sometimes does this thing where she lists the ton of cool stuff she's been up to lately. Since June is the last month in my academic calendar, I thought it'd be fun to flip back and review the year at a glance... June 2017 Vampire game Kushiel munch, made new … Continue reading Academic year in review, backwards
This was too utterly beautiful to not make its very own post. Below are three versions of the same image, created by artist Wendy MacNaughton and Ted-talker Courtney E. Martin, made known to me by the amazing and singular newsletter that is Brainpickings (which referred to the below as "an illustrated manifesto for creative resilience in dark times.") … Continue reading Inspiring
Over the weekend we celebrated our annual library-sponsored Little Rock comic book convention, CALS Con. As always, cosplayers and enthusiasts turned out to represent various fandoms, from Guardians of the Galaxy to Batman, Star Wars to Doctor Who. I'm no stranger to conventions. I've attended ComicCon in San Diego, Gen Con in Indianapolis, ICC (International … Continue reading CALS Con 2017: Propaganda in Comics
With April drawn to a close our year is 1/3 finished and 2/3 to go. I've read 13 books so far. PopSugar #popsugarreadingchallenge Full List No. 4 An audiobook Tell the Wolves I'm Home by Carol Rifka Brunt No. 10 cat on cover Abarat by Clive Barker No. 11 pseudonym The Girl With All The Gifts by … Continue reading Reading Challenges Progress Report
In case you were looking for some totally badass female authors of color, here's the newest from HuffPo interviewing Glory Edim of Well-Read Black Girl. I'll add to the list two personal favorites, Octavia Butler and Ntozake Shange. Then HuffPo went and did it again with these 34 poets of color, kudos!!! This reminded me to tell you … Continue reading Diversity in Representation
If you've never heard of Brainpickings, you are missing out. This literary site will engage your brain in the most illustrious of thoughts, dazzle you with pictures, and seduce you with some of the best writers our world has yet known.