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Hey, I wrote a thing called Detritus: http://bit.ly/2UMnsoQ
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Taking these ethics training online #coolbeans
So my hundredth self published #poem is on my website. I feel like maybe ten of them are worth anything. I think that's a good ratio?
Hey, I wrote a thing called Tornado: http://bit.ly/2KjstRV
Hey, I wrote a thing called Things: http://bit.ly/2UIxszA
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i’ve started seeing bumper stickers around that say “any functioning adult 2020” and i’m so fucking tired of people thinking that kind of thing is funny, or effective, or whatever they think it is.
Hey, I wrote a thing called Watching baseball: http://bit.ly/2YXBDXi
Hey, I wrote a thing called The rock: http://bit.ly/2U18iYC
An interesting new project, Unglue.it encourages authors to liberate their books:
It works in three ways:
-Download links to free books
-Download links to free books with optional donations to authors (to thank them for setting their books free)
-Purchase links to books that the author has committed to make free when a certain target is met
(via @paulfree14 )
remember when it was in vogue among fake-deep Tumblr users to mention the word "sonder," a neologism for "briefly ceasing to be a solipsist"— oh, sorry, "the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own"— a lot?
and how those same people still see "considering the unseen complexity of the lives, contexts, and minds of other people" as an infrequent break in the clouds rather than the baseline reality of social interaction?
Hey, I wrote a thing called Oh shit: http://bit.ly/2VmXqWt
Wrote a #sonnet in 5 minutes, BEAT THAT
Library tech by trade, poet/cook/doggist by shade