Moving into autumn, I am happy to look back on a productive and quiet summer of writing and researching. In June my first poem was published in Door=Jar Magazine (Issue 7), and my ‘Beauty and Alienation in Medical Photography” paper came out in Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. I also have done some peer-review work with Mortality journal. It is a fantastic way to help encourage and engage with new scholarship, and of course, it feels good to be referred to as a specialist in the history of photography. As with any writer, the bulk of my time is spent on research. At…
Summer brings new publications – academic and creative – while working on children’s literature and helping artists apply for competition.
New article, learning about the Wet Collodian process, and hunting for a literary agent for my picture book series.
New Year begins with lectures, marriage, and book drafts.