Friday, February 17, 2012

It takes three timelines to make a braid


I sent back the proofs of "Martin" to David McLendon of Unsaid. My heart was pounding, racing, jumping. I've never written anything so personal. I've never felt this much anxiety and anticipation about a piece.

*It is bad blogging technique to use quotes from the neuroscience articles I read at work;therefore, there is a general louche, llaisserfaire feel about the thing; you do not know what to make of it; it is also unclear if I am bothered by the knowledge I am failing at blogging, but you have to assume I don't; perhaps you are wrong, perhaps it bothers me greatly and I am unable to stop.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

decreased activity and connectivity in the brain's key connector hubs, enabling a state of unconstrained cognition.

Unsaid Six: Recipients of Joan Scott Memorial Fiction Award Announced!
Posted on January 30, 2012 by David McLendon

The recipients of the 2012 Joan Scott Memorial Fiction Award are Luke B. Goebel, Tom McCartan, Kate Wyer, and Matt Bell. The award is given annually in honor of Ms. Scott, whose life as a bookseller and community leader was one of modesty, dignity, integrity and grace. Each recipient of this award is a writer who exemplifies these laudable traits.

Does that mean we are the BEST modest writers of Unsaid! Haha.