Hauntings, History and Headway – Notes on Writing the Paranormal, Historical and Queer

Jerico Lenk, author of YA paranormal The Missing and absolutely terrible blogger, crawls out from the landslide of end-of-semester papers and thesis projects and graduate applications to offer some insight on writing paranormal fiction, historical fiction, and queer representation at large. Paranormal Fiction Write what scares you. Scaring yourself is a must – whether it’s … Continue reading Hauntings, History and Headway – Notes on Writing the Paranormal, Historical and Queer

The Zen Of Walt Whitman

I always delight in asking people what they think of poetry, often finding the responses in polarized spectrums. "I adore poetry, it's everything that is right with the world!," some may say. "Poetry's weird," others may proclaim. I tend to fall into the latter category, often baffled by the underlying meanings and symbols thrown into each line … Continue reading The Zen Of Walt Whitman