While I write predominantly fiction, my first published prose piece was actually creative nonfiction. It’s called A North-South-Trending, Nested Graben, and was published on the literary site Foliate Oak.
I decided to use this piece for my next video because it is all about walking around downtown San Diego with my sister’s dog, and I was just there last week in order to be a dog sitter once again so naturally this came to mind. Plus, it’s always good to go back and look at your previous work, both to remind yourself that you do have talent, but that your talent has indeed improved over time.
This piece was published in the September 2014 edition of Foliate Oak. Unfortunately they have ceased publication, but all of their archives are still available online.So, if you’re interested in hearing more about this piece in listening to me read it, check out the video below. Thanks, have a good day everyone!
That was very insightful! So true how a place can be such a different experience based on one’s means.
Absolutely, means makes all the difference. I think for anyone who has had a change of fortunes (either way) it’s easy to see, but if you’ve always had the means it’s easy to look right past it.