Andrea Morgan Davies
Human rights advocate with a knack for inter-contextually, a storyteller, a ceramists, a pan-arts lover, a feminist and a human-ist too.
- Haiku* August 15, 2017
- Writing Routine In Rainbowland August 11, 2015
- Five Reasons Kat Fitzpatrick Cares about Vietnam (And Three Reasons Why You Should, Too) April 1, 2015
- Books and Cigarettes by Andrea Davies October 30, 2014
- Why Diction Matters: A Close Look at Joan Didion October 1, 2014
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Tag Archives: creative nonfiction
Today, Kane, a fiction writer friend of mine asked, “Have you found a routine in rainbowland?” India, more specifically Mumbai, has consumed my thoughts and snuck into every paragraph of work I’ve churned out in the past two weeks since … Continue reading
Roman gets my phone number off an application for employment at the West Portal Bookshop in San Francisco. I imagine him taking my application off the stack and going to stand outside in the grey with his ankle showing tight … Continue reading
David Shields’ book, The Thing about Life is that One Day You Will Be Dead, bridges a harmony between intense academic structure and surprising narrative. Biological life cycle, literature, and historical fact act as massive levies shaping the story of a … Continue reading