I love poetry in all its forms. Sometimes, I like to test the boundaries with experimental poetry. Sometimes, my boundaries are expanded and my experimental poetry gets published. Check out Nu Lit House’s micro mag, MICRO//MACRO (Issue 8) to read my three experimental verses on discotheques, 90s techno, and cubicles. And for my readers who remember MySpace… Continue reading 3 New Poems with Nu Lit House
Last year, my Cherished Blogfest post was about my engagement ring (which is now my wedding ring!). The year before that, my blog was about my late father’s journal. This year, my cherished item is my Fujifilm Instax 9 – my instant camera. My analog camera was a purchase I was thinking about making for… Continue reading Cherished Blogfest #CBF17: My Instax Camera
Amanda N. Butler releases her sophomore chapbook effercrescent, a collection of feminist poems about the moon.
This fall I want to focus on reading rather than writing. I stumbled upon The House Cup Reading Challenge, an adorable read-a-thon hosted by Live Love Read, Kelsey’s Cluttered Bookshelf, Booksy Daisy, and Escape Under the Cover! This reading challenge runs from October 15th to November 12th, and is Harry Potter themed!!! I’m obviously a Ravenclaw… Continue reading The House Cup Reading Challenge Sign-Up!
The past two weeks have been a juggling act of hurricane prep and a full schedule. So to set the goal of 5 books in the span of two weeks? What was I thinking? Luckily, I was able to pull through and reach my goal for the third year of my participation in Tackle Your… Continue reading #TackleTBR Read-A-Thon Wrap-Up!
Between major life changes and enduring Hurricane Irma, I had to take an unforeseen hiatus from blogging, but I’m back to announce my involvement with my 3rd Tackle Your TBR Read-a-Thon! (Here’s 2015 & 2016.) The goal is to read as much of the To-Read list as possible within the given time frame. This year,… Continue reading Tackle Your TBR Read-a-Thon 2k17! #TackleTBR
Rating: Four out of five stars I finished this book minutes before the local Summer Reading Program ended. I didn’t reach the goal of six books, but I read five books just the same. The fifth book is Afterlife, a collection of poetry by Melissa Jennings. This chapbook is a small collection of poems about… Continue reading #SummerReadingProgram Book 5: Afterlife by Melissa Jennings