Guest Post – A Summer Night in Jackson

The first thing that should jump out to you is “Guest Post” in the title. As I transition this blog into an online literary journal, I’m going to be accepting two kinds of submissions. I’m hoping to get enough submissions through Duotrope to create a Spring and Winter Issue of Come and Go Literary each…

Sing, Unburied, Sing

This is my first ever book review for my blog, so bear with me. I have done little to no research on how to write a proper book review, and that might be a good thing? So I can find my own voice? Right? Sing, Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward Last month I had Sing,…

Untied

Here’s a poem that I wrote during my poetry workshop last semester. There are a couple poems that I wrote for that class which I’ve already posted here, but as our final project, we were required to revise them. Maybe if you guys are interested I’ll repost the revisions I’ve made. This one was one…

The Suburbs

Sorry for the delay! Trying to play catch up on all my school assignments. This is a poem that’s going to be workshopped on Monday. The class is so tough. Everyone is really talented. I feel like I’m constantly playing catch up just to get to their level. Anyways, here’s my attempt. Enjoy! The Suburbs…

International Day of Peace

The streak continues! This time I have a poem that I wrote on the International Day of Peace. Yes, the title is ironic. I got mixed reactions in my poetry workshop but I like how it sounds so I’m posting it anyways. Hope you enjoy too. I’ll have another lined up for tomorrow too. International…

Another

Woah, actually posting on here. Summer’s still insane, but my classes are finally over. I’m taking all writing classes in the fall so I have a feeling that I’ll actually be posting very frequently on here. Class starts the 29th so keep an eye out!  I wrote this long, long poem a little while ago…