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2019 Has Been: A Year in Review

I wasn't entirely sure I would do a 2019 year in review, but here we are. That's because, despite the fomo of seeing lots of end of the-year-tweet threads and enjoying doing a 2018 year in review, 2019 has been mostly an experience in humility and patience and growth and that's not easily shown. I had one piece of writing published in 2019 (my essay in DIAGRAM "In the City That You Can See" came out on Dec 31 2018 so I don't think it should count): "The Dinosaurs," an excerpt from my long poem/lyric essay on the American Museum of Natural History, appears in the Mad Science issue of Make Literary Magazine. This is their last print issue before they switch over to online only, which following

December Card-a-Month: Universal Dalí

Twelve months ago I was looking for a way to continue the tradition of a month-by-month yearly card misreading that I had done in 2017 and 2018. I also was looking for a way to increase my posting frequency here on the blog. I decided that instead of reading once for a year, to read on a monthly basis. This way I would channel more current energy into each month's guide card and get more posts out of it. For variety, I would use a different deck each time I would do it so not only would each post be about the month in question but a review of the materials in use. Twelve months later I'm not sure how it all turned out. You can read all of the card-a-month posts here. I think that may have in

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