I came across a thread on Twitter the other day by a history teacher named Seth Cotlar that I can't stop thinking about. Here's how the thread begins: The conservative freak out about the 1619 Project (of which Cotton is just the latest example) is not about history. It's about memory; about what parts of … Continue reading Re-Creation of History
There's something very satisfying about opening a box fill with copies of your own book. It's the culmination of many months of thinking and writing and worrying and revising. Now, here it is, a physical product ready to be sent out into the world. It's especially satisfying--and doubly scary--to also be the publisher of said … Continue reading It’s Here!
New Year, New Venture
It's February. How did that happen? For weeks, I've been meaning to share some thoughts here about the new year, writing goals, personal goals, etc., but I haven't been able to find time. I've been busy making plans and preparations for a new venture I'd like to share today. I am launching my own independent, … Continue reading New Year, New Venture