Having fun isn’t hard (I’ve got a new library card)

Behold some new reading! These are the Canadians I picked up from the library a few days ago. I haven't had a library card for the Halifax system since I was a small child. They completely rebuilt the downtown branch into a five storey HEAVEN and I plan to spend plenty of time here. PS:…

A Report From the Inside of Schrödinger’s Box of Self-Doubt

Alternatively Titled: A Graduate Student's Gusty Confession About Why Stuff is Hard I'm still on the Hunt for #ReadOctober. This week it's American poet David Wojahn's WORLD TREE, recommended by my thesis chair, and Canadian science journalist Alanna Mitchell's THE SPINNING MAGNET, which came to me via interlibrary loan as recommended by McLean Magazine's "Nonfiction…

Roundup! Canadian Women

I'm not gonna lie, getting into the swing of reading so much took more energy than I thought it would. Comparably, during the political theory part of my undergraduate, I was by page count reading so much more and it was even, arguably, denser... but poetry is demanding. I don't really know why this turned out…