While classic literature form and new media may appear as opposing forces on a battlefield, this is not the case. In actuality, they harmoniously coexist. I believe that the internet compliments the traditional forms of literature while expanding literature’s reach, enabling more people to fall in love with the same literary works and authors that have changed my life.

This blog was initially started as a requirement for English Literature and New Media major at Marylhurst University, but it has quickly transformed to a journey, my journey. I would like to offer the digital world promises of clean lines, perfect grammar, and beautifully crafted phrases, but sadly that is who I am in theory and not who I am on paper. This will still be a journey, a messy creative journey with no map, just a general idea of where the destination might be located.

The ideas on this blog are my own with the exception of anything under the “Quotes” category. But please feel free to share or reblog anything that catches your eye, and I also appreciate comments and good banter.


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