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Red Carpet Fashion: 2016 SAG Awards

I don’t usually pay much attention to smaller award shows like the SAG Awards, but there were so many interesting, cool, funky looks that I changed my mind. Below are 8 looks that caught my attention. Some of them, like Alicia Vikander, Laverne Cox (HOLY MOLEY Laverne Cox), and Kiernan Shipka, were absolute winners; others I… Continue reading Red Carpet Fashion: 2016 SAG Awards

Treasure Box

Treasure Box: January 2016

One of the first ongoing columns I wanted for my blog was a regular spotlight on some of my favorite articles, videos, and other assorted goodies. Think of it as a monthly “Treasure Box.” The queen’s jewelry box in Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette. For the first-ever Treasure Box, I’m highlighting a few all-time favorites, as well as some… Continue reading Treasure Box: January 2016

Poetry in Motion · Writing

Poetry in Motion: “A Young Lady on the Brink of Exorcism”

I was nervous about poetry workshop, as I’m pretty inexperienced with verse, but to my pleasant surprise critiques were very positive! Previously we’d discussed not getting too caught up in plot, but my professor noted in my packet that I did a lot better when I worked with my tendency to write fiction, instead of against it.… Continue reading Poetry in Motion: “A Young Lady on the Brink of Exorcism”

Books

Hermione’s Feminist Book Club: My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem

Today was a good day. After a lot of nerves, I got really good feedback on my first poetry workshop critique – I’ll post the poem, “A Young Lady on the Brink of Exorcism”, soon! My favorite professor also expressed interest in helping me develop my creative thesis proposal, and on top of that, I ran into… Continue reading Hermione’s Feminist Book Club: My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem

Poetry in Motion · Writing

Poetry in Motion: The Chinese Cinema Trilogy

Hey, Internet void. LOVE, CAUTION is, strictly speaking, a blog about my writing. Both my blogging and my writing are technically on schedule but have taken a backseat, thanks to school/work (which are both going well, so no real complaints). Fortunately, I hope to get ahead on both soon. I’m recalibrating my novel revision plans and planning… Continue reading Poetry in Motion: The Chinese Cinema Trilogy