Yes, I can see how this can appear as a very click baity title, but I didn’t want to beat around the bush. I want to just jump to it. This was certainly not something that I saw myself doing a year ago, and when I joined The Nerds of Color a few months ago, I thought that the idea of ever starting up a second site was put to bed. Continue reading “I Created a Second Website!”
For a while, I wasn’t sure if I would say anything on the matter. However, seeing that I have provided updates about it for the better part of a half year, it made sense to follow up on it.
It’s been six months since YOMYOMF got shut down, and since then, I’ve been struggling with finding a new outlet to venture out to. I’m happy to now say that apart from now being a contributor to my job’s blog, I’ve also become a part of not one but two other outlets. Continue reading “The Search is Over”
It’s May, which means it is now officially Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. We’re also about a quarter into the year now, and I was hoping to have something to say regarding my ongoing search for a new Asian American outlet to join post-YOMYOMF. Continue reading “Asian American Outlets and Announcements”
In the aftermath of the horrific shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand that have cost the lives of 49 people, I pause today to grieve. My regards to New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for being there for her people during this time, and thank you to the New Zealand government for making the quick decision to ban semi-automatic guns – a decision that, for some reason, is up for political debate when it comes to the safety of people here in the U.S.
But of course, that is only a step, for this shooting is evidence of the Islamophobia that is still alive in the world. That in of itself needs to be brought to a definite end, and it starts by being there for our Muslim friends who are hurting right now.
I pause from my weekly blog post today to grieve. My thoughts are with the people of Christchurch.
So there’s nothing specific lined up in the ways of topics for this week, which is why I find now to be just as good of a time to bring up this poll again the I originally created back in January. Continue reading “Less Talking, More Voting (POLL)”
I know that this is an unplanned post during my hiatus, but I found it a wise time to remind you about my Ko-fi campaign. For those who don’t know, six months ago, I signed up for the crowdfunding platform, in hopes of receiving support for all the writing that I do. While it sounds very similar to Patreon, the primary difference is that unlike Patreon, there’s no monthly commitment. You can donate however much you like and however frequently you like. Continue reading “Special Sunday Post: Ko-fi Reminder”
I hope you’ve all been doing well since I announced my hiatus. While you’re receiving this message now, I’m actually writing it out a few weeks in advance, and I can imagine that I’m really benefiting from this time away from the blog.
In any case, as mentioned in my hiatus announcement, starting this month and going forward, I’m having these “What Did I Miss?” posts appear on a monthly basis rather than a weekly basis. While I think I was wise in starting these series of posts last year, I’m not sure if a weekly basis is really the best schedule for it, for there are times where the list is very short – like, one item short. So I think releasing them all in one post covering an entire month will be a lot more sufficient going forward, and I hope you think so too.
In which case, here is what you missed for the month of October: Continue reading “What Did I Miss?: October 2018”
This was not the post that I had intended to write this week. Rather, this is the post I intended to write at the end of the month. However, given the circumstances I have currently going on in my life and in the general world, I find it wisest to call the shot now rather than later: Continue reading “Announcing My Hiatus”
I did not at all anticipate writing an off-schedule post this week, but much like the announcement I have, life throws unexpected opportunities at you.
So there’s a show that’s coming up at Bindlestiff Studio next month called “Forbidden Future(s): Filipino Diaspora in a Forsaken World.” Over the course of three one-act plays all set in a cyberpunk dystopian world, the production combines elements of live music, theater, and shadow puppetry to explore the Filipino Disapora in such a universe. Continue reading “Special Friday Post: “Forbidden Future(s)””
I pause today from my regular blog post. It’s been a busy few days, and starting next week, things are about to get even busier.
I would, however, like to you remind you all that “Stories High XVIII” begins its run next Thursday at Bindlestiff Studio. If you are interested in going, you can buy your tickets here.
In addition, I will be appearing at the Local Authors Book Fair two weeks from today at the Mountain View Public Library. It’s a free event, and so if you are in the area, I hope you come out to that as well.
And with that, here is what you missed: Continue reading “What Did I Miss?: The One Day Early Edition (August 5th-11th)”