a skeleton running from the closet.

jiordan:

a writer
living and working
in san francisco.

i also blog about
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Wed Aug 27

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It’s 2014. So your boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend called you names on social media. You’re not alone.
All you have to do: Eat a burger, be you, stay cool. Repeat, repeat, repeat.

It’s 2014. So your boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend called you names on social media. You’re not alone.

All you have to do: Eat a burger, be you, stay cool. Repeat, repeat, repeat.

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Here is the handful
of shadow I have brought back to you:
this decay, this hope, this mouth-
ful of dirt, this poetry.
Margaret Atwood, “Mushrooms,” from Notes Towards a Poem That Can Never Be Written

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Wed Aug 20
We should talk about money with creative writing students because, even though we wish it were different, money equals value in our culture. If you doubt that, try buying your next dinner with a well-recited poem. Nick Ripatrazone, Practical Art: On Teaching the Business of Creative Writing

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Sat Aug 16