Finding A Sense Of Normalcy As We Write About Technology

Writing is timeless. Kind of. In contemporary fiction writing that I enjoy—and that I write—the goal is to appear both present yet timeless. Saying something like “I Tweeted my friend.” or “I Liked the comment.” feels clunky and awkward, a reminder that some of the things we do are indeed steeped in today and inherently meaningless. Continue reading “Finding A Sense Of Normalcy As We Write About Technology”