The Graduation That Never Was

This last Tuesday was my graduation from university. Not to toss my own cap or anything, but I somehow managed to achieve a first-class bachelor’s degree from one of the best universities in the world. I’m proud of myself. But, thanks to the current pandemic, I won’t get the chance to don the cap andContinue reading “The Graduation That Never Was”

How to Do Everything

(or not care that you can’t do everything) A few weeks back I received an email from one of my university professors asking if I’d like to submit a poem for a special feature in The Manchester Review about writing in the pandemic. The poem I submitted, which was later published in the feature, wasContinue reading “How to Do Everything”