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Eris Maurer
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Ouch. What do you do?
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I'm a tran
If you're reading this you probably know that I haven't posted for a while. I'm transgender. That's it. I'm still a slacker and will probably deactivate this blog soon because it's silly to keep. TTFN eris

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The Haitus
Not that people read this. Or maybe they do. I am not reading as much right now as I'm working on creating, but I did want to just mention that I'm enjoying... Doesn't matter. IDK. Zeal And Ardor has a cool album called "Devil is Fine". I've been listening ...

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WIATW: One Thing and Some Videos
Let's get to it: The Long Run by Mishka Shubaly You can find this as a Kindle Single . It's worth the couple bucks and time to read. I don't want to take a lot of time to discuss it but it feels real and raw. Videos Some poetry: And then there's this, which...

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WIAITW: Very Little
There was only really one thing worth reading this week.

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WIAITW: Just Two Things
I wrote a story this week rather than did a lot of reading. I find this comes in cycles. There was one exception. Well, two. But one was a friend's so I won't talk about that. I mentioned it before but, as I read so slowly, I am still reading A Safe Girl to...

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WIAITW: Athletic Bugs Breeding Bandcamp Links
Before I get into it I made this thing which I will be presenting on in a couple weeks for a couple minutes.  Articles How (and Why) Athletes Go Broke . By Pablo S. Torre. On SI.com About five years ago, Hunter says, he invested almost $70,000 in an inventi...

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WIATW: Nil
Check back next week. This week has been...not productive. 

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WIAITW: Nothing to say here.
Articles My Former Friend's Death Was a Blessing . By Anonymous. On XOJane. Yup. I don't recommend reading this, necessarily, but...it might be worth being aware of this line of thought.  Jessa Crispin: 'We're not allowed to say the Paris Review is boring' ...

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On Wallace's The Pale King and the Need for Revision
I just finished David Foster Wallace's The Pale King and I feel a little bad about it. Because it doesn't feel done. And it shouldn't, considering he killed himself while writing it.  Publishing incomplete manuscripts or those from authors who have died do ...
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