On the Mythology of “Scholarly” Writings

While I was gone on leave, I did almost nothing. Except revise and submit this paper.

It’s been a little weird frankly to see something with my name out there in a publication. It’s not quite like when I first saw my name in a newspaper article I wrote per say, but it feels more serious? It was a piece that I put significant time into writing, drafting, and editing with the editors for a few…

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Just someone trying to share my story and find who I am, one post at a time

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