September 2023 Rewind
Did you miss any of my blog posts this month? Don’t worry; I’m always here to keep you caught up!
There were some significant changes made to the blog this month. In solidarity with the writer's and actor's strikes, I didn't write about movies or TV shows. Admittedly, finding topics I wanted to write about proved more difficult than anticipated, but it also created an interesting new avenue for creativity.
An even more significant change occurred to the publishing schedule. I felt overwhelmed and creatively drained by my previous schedule, so I decreased the number of articles published monthly. I could write more freely and creatively, reigniting the passion I once had for this craft.
I wrote a poem begging the universe to tell me the key to success. Poetically describing my desperation for a career in writing was cathartic. George and I tried making a focaccia bread recipe that we're still unsure we did correctly. It made a couple of delicious sandwiches, though.
I reviewed Qveen Herby's new EP and detailed her new definition of a Housewife. It made me feel empowered in my ambition. In celebration of the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, I reviewed Yesika Salgado's poetry collection, Hermosa. It made me realize how internalized trauma can turn into beautiful art.
Even with my reduced release schedule, I will always keep one of my favorite parts of the blog, the Featured Artist Interview. This month, I had the pleasure of interviewing AKASUGE, an audio engineer and musician working hard, training himself and others to make music he's proud of.
Poem - Sincerely, A Desperate Writer
Celebrate World Letter Writing Day with me as I write a letter to the universe asking for the key to success.
Music Review: Qveen Herby’s EP HOUSEWIFE Radiates Feminist Confidence
Qveen Herby’s new EP completely redefines what it means to be a housewife.
Yesika Salgado's Hermosa Poetically Describes Hispanic Life Experiences
Today is the awkwardly placed first day of Hispanic Heritage Month, meaning it's time to celebrate all the brown voices screaming into the void of prejudice and racism to loudly express their truth.
Audio Engineer and Musical Artist AKASUGE is Making His Dream Career A Reality
Audio engineer and musical artist AKASUGE is humbly working towards a successful music career.
Focaccia Bread - Perfection or Mistake?
Sometimes trying out a new recipe is neither a success or a failure.
Now that you’re all caught up, be sure to stay tuned to keep up with more discussions with me, Damaris!