At an English Major panel, I got advice for success in life-after-graduation. It was a cozy room, stuffed with English nerds. Afterwards, I got to talk with a professional author. One of the first sentences she said was, "I don't agree with what she said during the panel." She pointed towards a CEO in the … Continue reading Difference in success
I'm not sure anyone talks about college writing classes. Movies say we have our classes in auditoriums. Those are only intro classes. Writing classes, also known as writing workshops, never have over eighteen people usually. I have one with twelve people right now. One time only six people showed up. On the first day, we … Continue reading What writing classes always are…
For the past year, I had the lovely opportunity of being the nonfiction editor for the North Texas Review (NTR). Through this internship, I chose stories that would be published, communicated with writers/artists, edited stories, and more. I'm proud of all the writers and artists that have been accepted it into NTR, whether for the journal … Continue reading Internship’s Best Stories
College is supposed to help me, right? But why do I feel like it's holding me back? Instead of writing short stories to get my name out there, I'm writing essays over British poems in the Romantic era. Instead of editing my novel more, I'm learning about different Japanese grammar points. I'm not making connections … Continue reading Is college holding me back?