Taylor. I've never gotten used to referring to myself in the third
person, even after years of practicing in front of a mirror. I write
poetry, short stories, and extension requests for course papers. On my
best nights I write bedtime stories for my kids that have nothing to do
with proper tooth-brushing technique or why saying please and thank you
is important. If that sounds tongue in cheek, it is and it isn't; I
have a hard time writing things that aren't poetry. I really write
those things and I really love writing them, and the kids I write them
for. Except the extension requests; those mostly happen because I
really love the other things. My main projects right now are a local
group of writers I participate in (we showcase occasionally if you're
ever in Dallas), finishing a degree so I don't have to turn in any more
late papers, and trying to talk my sister into illustrating for me in
the midst of her own art projects and course work. And there is you.
Thank you for still reading poetry.
point of no return