Winning NaNo 2021

NaNoWriMo has been my annual obsession for sixteen years, over half the years I’ve been alive.

My first attempt at hitting 50,000 words of a fiction project in the month of November was November 2005. I had turned twelve years old less than a month before. By that point, I had been writing stories for six years, filling up spiral…

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(he/they) Queer, educator, city kid. Writer of words, questioner of social norms, collector of degrees, lovechild of Captain Janeway and Q

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