It's been a while since I've written any sort of poem. I'm feeling like a haiku today. Let me see if I can put one together then. In remembrance of lives long lived, a time more simple than today. In the places of Nippon where the mountains rise tall and the grasses are always moist … Continue reading A Haiku: The Mountains of Yore
The question for any writer seems to always be, 'Who is your audience?' And the truth is, I have no idea. Sure, it works out well for nonfiction writers on discovering who their general audiences are (because, as it happens to be, most nonfiction writers write towards a certain group of people). I, however, do … Continue reading Who Is Your Audience?