Month: January 2014

On making my Twitter account public: A (not so) harrowing emotional journey

I made my Twitter account public yesterday. I’d been considering it since I started actively using the medium recently (for more than just conference chatter and the once-a-month update, that is), and I finally decided it was just time. Yes, I know, it’s not exactly […]

(Writer’s Block) To see and love the wounded

This article originally ran in issue 78:11 of the Moody Standard, on May 1, 2013 as an installment of the author’s bi-monthly column, “Writer’s Block.” It’s overwhelming. I just walked down to the Houghton 3 lounge to give my mind a rest from writing the article on self-harm and from […]