Random Blog Post #9 – Do Cry For Me Argentina!!!

Arbitrary List of Things I’ll Miss About Argentina Since January I have been living with my grandpa in Tucumán, Argentina. I was born and lived in Argentina until 9-years-old, then moved to the states, Maryland to be exact, and from then on I would visit once a year, for no longer than two weeks at a time.Continue reading “Random Blog Post #9 – Do Cry For Me Argentina!!!”

Craft Exercise #1

Pick ten people you know and write a one-sentence description for each of them. Focus on what makes each person unique and noteworthy. N.D. – His limbs and his length resemble an age-battered tie, wrinkled and slouched on a plastic hanger, draping his arms around you as he hugs a hello; ironically, an accessory he probably never once wore inContinue reading “Craft Exercise #1”

Fervor de Buenos Aires

Fervor de Buenos Aires – taken at Palermo Soho, in Buenos Aires, Argentina A collection of shots around Buenos Aires, including my sister’s wedding in Rouch, the famous Cementerio de la Recoleta, and random images from around the city. Shot Around Buenos Aires      

God Loves, Man Kills – A Review

The X-Men take on racism, segregation, bigotry, and discrimination; it’s brilliant! When anyone argues with me about the legitimacy of comics, I quickly point them towards a couple of my favorites: Maus, Watchmen, and X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills. Taking on the topic of racism is no easy task, such a sensitive subject can beContinue reading “God Loves, Man Kills – A Review”

Random Blog Post #8 – Writing Tips from the Masters

We can always learn from the masters, today we have tips from Margaret Atwood. Margaret Atwood is a Canadian poet, novelist, literary critic, and essayist. She is widely recognized for her award-winning book, The Handmaid’s Tale. Some of her ideas for writers were originally published in an article for The Guardian, where Atwood offers inspiring writers some practical ideas. Margaret Atwood’s 10Continue reading “Random Blog Post #8 – Writing Tips from the Masters”

A Man Without A Country – A Review

Kurt Vonnegut chats with us about life, art, politics, and more. I think it’s safe to say that anyone that has ever read Kurt Vonnegut has hoped to one day be able to sit down and chat with him, about everything from life and sex, to technology and politics. Well, with the 2005 collection of essays,Continue reading “A Man Without A Country – A Review”

Craft Exercise #3

Write a 300-word description of your bedroom. Think about the items you have or the other elements of your room that give the best clues about who you are or who you want others to think you are. “What I was really hanging around for, I was trying to feel some kind of a good-by.Continue reading “Craft Exercise #3”

Random Blog Post #7 – My Daily Routine

My daily routine: from the first cup of coffee in the morning, to the last gulp of water at night. A daily routine can be helpful when working on several projects at a time. The structure helps to keep tasks in check, keep your mind working right day-by-day, and even help finish work faster. I can’tContinue reading “Random Blog Post #7 – My Daily Routine”