My post about writing in the time of COVID is up at the Writer's Atelier blog. Click here to read more.
How and when we write is no doubt affected by routine. For writing to exist, it has to work its way into our day-to-day schedule. The alarm clock buzzes and we snooze. Jump in the shower. Feed the cats. Make coffee. Get to work. Even now, as many of us are working from home, that extra commute time we imagined having has somehow gone missing. This is a deception we’ve grown accustomed to. Time is a cheat, but one we’re willing to accept without question. One more shot of espresso jumpstarts the day. Where is poetry in all of this?
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