Must see! Charming, spacious and immaculate. Newly remodeled, granite counter top, utilities included, walk-in closet, views of the Bay. Great location, close to restaurants, MUNI, Safeway, 280 and 101, etc. Okay, a bio for real: http://about.me/benito.vergara
3,571 words in 16 moments in 7 cities since October 14th, 2013
San francisco — Or more specifically, I ate without doing any of the following at the same time: Reading Looking for something to read Checking my email on my phone Responding to work email (though I do have to do t...
San francisco — I lived in this city for almost a decade until I fell out of love with it. Romance fades, I suppose, with age and the sober realities of the practical. Even enumerating the reasons seems deflating. Th...
Boston — The way I see it, this is not about the discipline of writing everyday. That’s the point of NaNoWriMo, to get you used to a routine and setting up a foundation. This is not about craft. Not yet, anyw...
We needed this.
Jack London Square and railroad tracks of gold.
Time in a ball of foam.
Big moments, little moments.
Today at lunch I did something I hadn't done in a long time: I ate.
A lesson learned.
I used to love this city.
Nobody gets too much heaven no more.
The oddest thing happened while I was reading this book.
The evening commute, after Daylight Savings Time.
Your one real goal as a writer: to keep your butt in that chair.
To write about how the day unfolded and draw no lessons from it except the small pleasure of seeing one's words before you.
Just write. Don't be afraid to mess around. Or mess up.
I miss the days when people used to blog.
The evening commute.