I have to say, I didn’t expect to see myself in graduate school pursuing my master’s in writing. After graduating with my undergraduate degree, I thought I would move to the north Jersey/New York area and find work as a journalist–writing articles for the New York Times maybe or producing a news broadcast with theContinue reading “An MA in Writing? Why?”
For years, there has always been this lingering question in my mind: when do I become a real writer? I know, sounds crazy, right? But it’s true. I have constantly asked myself–is it when I have published something? Is it when I have sold a book? Is it when I have become famous and everyoneContinue reading “On Being a Writer”
Note: Due to the on-going investigation,I will continue to update this blog as new developments are reported. March 18, 2021Last Updated: March 19, 2021 When I saw what happened in Atlanta on the news, I had this déjà vu-mix of emotions, the same feelings I experienced when I saw the video of a police officerContinue reading “I Am An American: #StopAAPIHate”
“Reading is the creative center of a writer’s life.” Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft Ever since I was a kid, I have had difficulty reading and have been a slow reader. Because of this, it was always hard for me to enjoy books and complete reading assignments for school. I usuallyContinue reading “Me? A Reader?”
Published in The Spartan Spirit, February 2019 issue (holyspirithighschool.com) by Georgia I. Salvaryn Imagine going to a different country that is halfway around the world, far away from home. You are placed into a family that will be hosting you for the next four years, teaching you their language, their ways of life and showing youContinue reading “ESL Program: The American Experience”
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