Living with Lupus and POTS
Interview With Paranormal Investigator Phill Anderson
Phill Anderson (@exploringwithphill) had his first unexplained paranormal encounter at four years old: a phantom sound of shattering glass and a disembodied female voice. Since then, his interest in the supernatural has taken a more hands-on approach, exploring haunted destinations and abandoned locations around New England and beyond.
- Top Story - October 2023
'Searows' Sends us Soul-SearchingTop Story - October 2023
Listen, I'm always a sucker for sad music, but Searows' discography offers so much more than that. In fact, it feels like a disservice to pigeonhole the Oregon-based folk singer's storytelling as simply 'sad music.'
- First Place in Unspoken Challenge
Faucet First Place in Unspoken Challenge
(Note: These characters originate from a former short fiction piece of mine titled Grief Spiral. I was very eager to work with this trio again and elaborate on the aftermath of one pivotal moment. Hence, this bonus scene inspired by the 'Unspoken' challenge!)
My Top Reads of 2023 (So Far)
I usually read around 50 books a year, give or take. I like to think this sum total breaks down to a diverse literary array: assigned classics for my college courses, page-turning thrillers, chart-topping bestsellers, nonfiction hyperfixation reads, etc.
Adults look silly eating watermelon. But aren't funeral receptions inherently awkward? Fretful. Surely Aunt Rachel should have cut them into sticks (more dignified) rather than triangles. Instead of a feel-good summer snack, there's an air of humiliation in dripping rinds and wet chins. She should have known better.
- Top Story - July 2023