Tag: imagination

3 Ways Podcasting Has Made Me a Better Writer

This is the next post in my ongoing series about how podcasting helped me recover from my PhD and led to my publishing a non-academic book. It’s intended for academics and current graduate students wondering how they might branch out into new areas of research and writing. In this post, I discuss the top three…
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(Re)Learning to Play

The other morning, I awoke to a startling set of pictures strewn across my Facebook feed. Do you ever find out things via social media that you wish you could have found out about in a more private, sensitive way? This was one of those things for me. The images were not from someone’s obituary,…
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Reading Home

For the last week and a half, I’ve mostly been away from the internet. I like to do this sometimes, especially when I’m traveling or working on a large writing project. In this case, it was both–a book proposal due at the end of the month and a trip back home to attend an awesome…
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The Art of Apprehension

Now that you’ve read the title of this post, you probably think I’m going to be talking about worry. Anxiety. “Apprehension.” And how to make something beautiful out of it. Come to think of it, that would make a really good post. Or poem. And given the degree to which I do stress about things,…
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