Hey y’all! We’re up to Week 5 of this project and as we get deeper into this, I’ve gotten a lot bolder. I haven’t even been staying on a set theme at this point. I usually just flip through magazines and cut out things that I think will work together or that inspire me. I’ve been growing a lot in my style and I love getting inspiration from Jordan E. Clark and @thejournalbean. They both make amazing journal spreads.
Hey y’all, so I’ve been writing poetry since the 7th grade and I recently decided to take my poetry more seriously. If you’ve seen my 100 Day Project posts, you may already know that I’ve signed up for a trial of Skillshare. Rachel Mindell’s lesson on How to Get Published was exactly what I needed.
I started submitting my poems to different literary magazines last month and the first one to get back to me was Rigorous Magazine, a literary magazine with work specifically from people of color. I submitted 10 poems and they accept 9!
If you’d like to check out my first set of published poems, click here!
Notice how I’ve been playing around with the titles? Honestly don’t know what to call these updates but if you’ve liked any of the variations I’ve used thus far, please let me know! Feedback is much appreciated.
So, let’s get into this update:Continue reading “The 100 Day Project: Week 4”
Wow, the days are really going. We’re already up to the third week of these collages. It feels like this week was all about experimenting and I’m loving the artistic freedom!
Day 15: Black Girl MagicContinue reading “Week 3 of The 100 Day Project”
Consistency has never been my strong suit and it’s something I’m working on. So far, I’ve been able to keep up with my 100 Day Project. There were a few close calls, but I’ve made a themed collage every day this week!
Here are the results: