I believe that the white space matters.
I like the restrictions of the page, the borders create the space for creativity.
I firmly believe in the Oxford comma.
I have an aversion to hyphens, but love dashes.
I am a huge fan of parallel structure.
There are days that I can only write in sentence fragments and staccato cadence.
There are days than I cannot resist interesting parentheticals into everything I write (today is not one of those days).
I cannot, cannot spell. Like you’d be embarrassed for me if you saw any draft.
I have three degrees in poetry, but only write in the vernacular and free verse.
I still carry around a notebook, and only use my phone in dire circumstances.
My handwriting is often so messy it takes me way longer than it should to decipher.
I read at least 52 books a year, in various genres, including ones that are recommended by people I trust, though I wouldn’t normally pick up mysel.
I like printed books, I often borrow books from the digital library and by the 2nd chapter buy the hard copy of the book.
I love to break the binding of books.
I write in my books, but in pencil, just in case.
My favorite titles start with conjunctions.