2 Bag End, Hobbiton, Shire, Middle-Earth
An aspirant writer in the fantasy genre, I also love studying languages and linguistics, following developments in new media studies (and trying to tinker in new media myself), and reading any old thing that crosses my path.
1,216 words in 15 moments in 7 cities since July 18th, 2013
1st step to doing dishes: pile 'em up next to the sink. A habit from house we rented in college.
A cup of tea to keep me company for a late-night reflection.
I could use one of these right about now.
Post-Christmas shopping at The Outlets.
Christmas puzzling with the family. The result of three days' work.
Late-night last-minute gift wrapping.
A quill and a holiday mitten my sister gave me next to her baby picture on my nightstand.
I look at this and I say to myself, "I should be an interior designer."
Trail safety for Dummies.
Tradition goes haywire in Accident, MD as the son teaches the mother how to throw a football.
The first complete English translation of Leopardi's Zibaldone came in the mail today. A great record of the creative process.
My buddy Vyasar, an essayist, gets his inspiration from this statue of Pan at Columbia University. How bout you?
Breathing in the smell of money at Wall St.
My first Midtown Comics acquisition is volume one of Saga
Retreating to the reading nook at the end of a long, hot day at museums and sporting events.