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!
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