Beginner blogger writing about fiction, personal experiences with the world of writing, things I’ve learned, things I should learn.
Still getting better at it.
I’ve taught myself how to make chapbooks from printer paper, and people have asked me to help with their work. If you are intrested in this process, send me a message over email or social media and let’s see.
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.
Reach 100 posts.
Will post more flash fiction soon.
BAM! Youth Slam — A Toronto poetry team our blogger was in as a competitive member, and is still involved in.
Q CUPSI Team — A Kingston competitive poetry team headed for CUPSI2019!
Find writing resources such as contests, journals, and guides under the Resources page.