Monthly Archives: March 2018
Vanessa Van Edwards confesses at the beginning of her book that she is by nature a shy and awkward person, crippled by her social anxiety and generally unsuccessful at networking events. Like all great nerds, however, she applied rigorous empiricism … Continue reading
The moon shines through dust Gray pink and blue blur its shape But its seas are there
A nighttime window. In the dark, a bird cries out. Another answers.
A cap of gray cloud. But I know that behind it The mountain is there.
Remember Violet Evergarden? Valkren Darklocke figured out the alphabet and it turns out that the cool constructed alphabet wasn’t just English with different letters. It wasn’t Japanese, either. Here’s a transliteration of that letter above: Pahhuyurekukuk, Ni acikeha ikarrikuc noka … Continue reading
Swiftly falling snow Covers and changes the streets Though each flake is small
Snow on green leaf buds cannot last under the sun. Soon they will open.
Not many words today. You have to look at things. Like this. LOOK AT THIS! I was thinking about a Mediterranean-type sea, but with three outlets to the world ocean rather than two. Our world has the straits of Gibraltar … Continue reading
Aggressor Six by Wil McCarthy I missed a nap for this book, dammit! I stayed up all afternoon after an exhausting trip to the children’s museum because otherwise how would I learn why the aliens blew up all those space … Continue reading
Snow melts into mud Uncovers garbage and seeds On gray ground, green shoots