Writer, feminist, zinester, artist, punk musician, severely infected with the grrrlVIRUS. Enjoys sleeping, shredding, spreading confetti and doughnuts. Loves chocolate more than men.
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Back when I was in High School, poetry writing was my way of entertaining myself during an excruciatingly boring class. It was the best way because the teacher mostly thought I was taking notes, while my mind was actually on … Continue reading
In the past week, I’ve written three songs and started working on a fourth one. They’re really simple, but very powerful songs, too. The first one, “Girls to the Front,” was inspired by the book of the same name (see … Continue reading
These hands have touched, stroked and squeezed. These hands have kneaded, massaged and comforted. These hands have struck, slapped and punched, but never broke. These hands have been bruised, burned, slashed and scarred, but never ever killed. These hands know … Continue reading