Interview with Birds Piled Loosely Press

Happy summer, everyone!

It’s July, which means that my university diploma is coming in the mail and I am spending quite a bit of time staring at the ceiling wondering “Now what?”

Writing-wise I have been on a bit of a hiatus, but earlier this summer I did an interview with BPL (the press who published my chapbook). I have included a quote below and you can read the full interview here. An excerpt also appeared in Issue 11 of their magazine (which is gorgeous and you should read it).

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Cover image for Issue 11 of The Birds We Piled Loosely

 

BPL: What kind of costumes do you wear?

M: I’m still searching for the perfect costume. By that, I mean I’m still trying to figure out who I am. I just received my undergraduate degree, which is such a big step, but also terrifying. I’m at a point where I’ve learned so much about myself, yet I’m also just getting started in life. I feel like I’ve tried on so many different costumes already: the traveler, the free spirit, the scholar, the rebel, the writer. Each one of those costumes has taught me something. Now it’s all about taking the best from each costume and creating something really spectacular.

~ M