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I am now OPEN for commissions on poetry & short stories!

Treat yo'self to an exhilarating adventure--where you get to be the star.

A bespoke poem or short story also makes a dazzling gift for your loved ones-- whether romantic, platonic, or somewhere in-between!

Prices start as low as $30, with at least 50% of profits to a racial justice organisation.
(Cheaper than skydiving classes!)

Take a look at my site for more info

My creative nonfiction series, Interesting Times, will be a series of diary extracts about the bizarre (and often surreal) new world we've found ourselves living in. Watch this space for more info!

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Guess who's Mixed Mag's newest monthly contributor?

Hint: IT'S ME!

Poetry describing death, grief, and violence against Trans people. 

My poem, On Trans Remembrance, has been published in Ghost Heart Literary Journal! It's one that's very close to my heart in the lead up to Trans Day of Remembrance.

(Also it's a total impostor syndrome buster--everyone else has tons and tons of publishes and degrees and PhDs and shit, and I'm just there right at the top with my little story <3)

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(also: I'm right at the top!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111)

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Took a little Internet break over the last week or so. In the meantime, Analogies & Allegories Literary Magazine published my story, The King's Discourtesy, in which a king's love of power and privilege brings him the fate he deserves.

This magazine's a truly gorgeous collection of stories, poetry, and art that tell the side of the fairytale you didn't get to hear. Read it here:

:plural_heart:​ poetry 

We speak aloud with our only tongue;
many voices plied in ever-growing
interwoven ribbon-threads--
each colour its own story
in the grand display. Within it
all are whole; each colour sings
nothing but harmonies.

Finally got my flash creative nonfiction piece, Passing Buses, up on my site! Originally published in Ayaskala Magazine in July.

Me in 2016: “I need to learn how to have healthy boundaries”
Me in 2017: “I need to learn how to have healthy boundaries”
Me in 2018: “I need to learn how to have healthy boundaries”
Me in 2019: “I need to learn how to have healthy boundaries”
Me in 2020: “I need to learn how to have healthy boundaries”
Me in 2021: “I need to learn how to have healthy boundaries”

mini rant 

When a magazine charges $9.99 to submit, AND charges its readers to read, AND doesn't pay anything for work, you know it's a waste of time

Birdsite mention 

I really with Fediverse could see Sparknotes' tweets

Request for feedback, Trans Day of Remembrance 

I wrote a poem about Trans Day of Remembrance--I'd love if anyone were able to give it a read and let me know about any thoughts or feedback!

Analogies & Allegories Magazine are publishing my flash fiction piece, "The King's Discourtesy"! I am so excited 🎉

shopping around the Phoenix Scout handbook. the cover will be a trans flag with an eagle on fire

chapters include:

7. Shibari: Knot Again
12. Polyamory Etiquette & Distributed Systems Analysis
13. Maintaining Queer Communities (A Separate Chapter From 12 On Purpose)
18. Care and Feeding of Your 'Sona(s)
23. Camping In Desert Conditions, What, Did You Think You're Exempt From Going Outside Just Because You're Gay Now, Surprise

Paid temp job for the Justice for Muslims Collective--read & boost pls 

The Justice for Muslims Collective are recruiting 8-10 paid phonebankers for their 2020 Get Out The Vote campaign! (I think their preference is for PoC, but they haven't explicitly said that anywhere.)

This is a great fit for anyone interested in learning about voter engagement campaigns and is interested in using civic engagement to build political power among Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim, and South Asian (AMEMSA) communities.

This is a great temporary/part-time position.
- $15/hr
- Hours: (2pm - 8pm)
- Dates: Tuesdays - Fridays
- Timeframe: Start immediately - November 3rd
- Training will be provided
- Volunteers must have a laptop and cellphone

Childhood/ Sibling story (in a good way) 

My sister just told me about a story I made up for her when she was about 6 called Baldilocks And The Three Pears, where baldilocks was a bald teenager who broke into the 3 Pears' house and ate them and stole all their stuff. I might have to have another go at that one.

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