Tag Archives: writing

A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away

I have been putting off writing this post for a while now. Life is a much nicer place to be than the internet lately, so I have been enjoying it, rather than quietly documenting it from the sidelines as I used to. For those (few) interested, here’s a small recap of the last couple of […]

On typewriting and visual poetry

Following Jörg’s advice from last week, I took my typewriter out of its case, stared at it for a little while, and soon enough I was out and about trying to locate a shop to buy ink ribbon. I inherited my typewriter from my mom, who would have discarded it otherwise some years ago as […]

the fundamentals of (having problems writing) poetry

The first paragraph of this will be of me rambling about my Attention Deficit Disorder, carelessness when it comes to finishing started tasks, and my overall lack of competence in organising myself. Yes, I get distracted easily. No, I cannot sit still through a whole movie (usually/often). So when I am tackled with a task […]

Sideline accomplishments: Madrid’s Poetry

I recently got back from a poetry/writing workshop, as you might have gathered from my senseless tweeting about rhythm exercises and such. Madrid is a city I love, for its freedom, friendly population, language that flows and rolls right off the tip of my tongue, for its big park and the Fallen Angel statue, for […]