I blog about writing, spoken word, and review short stories. Nothing over 50,000 words now, only flash fiction and the best novellas.
It’s difficult to find stories that mention climate change in some way shape or form. I think that even when discussing the virtual borders and treaties of immaterial AI traversing hyperspace or some sci/fi fantasy mumbo jumbo, climate change must always be mentioned. Reminded. Like an alarm, even if you don’t want to wake up.
Lin Lune is a Toronto based writer and performer of art with words, and her/their work invokes deep thought about the human condition. She was on the BAM! Toronto Youth Slam team which performed at the Toronto Poetry Slam finals, and she featured at The Voices Of Today festival and Kingston Writers Fest. She was also published in Alexandra Quarterly, Free Lit Magazine, and In:Cite Journal.
Lin is a master of cringing at years-old work, a perfect practitioner of procrastination, and she excels in agonizing over every single cliché in her writing and then reading 20 sci-fi stories about The Hero’s Journey in a specific crater on Mars.
She is the absolute best at thinking her best first drafts are the best things in the world and need no editing because they are the best.
You can contact Lin over social media or at email@example.com
Q CUPSI Team — A Kingston competitive poetry team headed for CUPSI2020! I will try to give them my best support from the internet.
Find writing resources such as contests, journals, and guides under the Resources page.