Why I Need A FFVII Remake PS5

November 28, 2019

Final Fantasy has always been one of my favorite video game series of all time. So when I discovered Kupofi, I knew I had to contribute. My first article on the blog highlights the variety of special edition consoles released in the past that celebrated the Final Fantasy franchise and my speculation for a Limited Edition PlayStation 5.

The Writer’s Cohort

The Writer’s Cohort
July 2015 – July 2016
Various Articles

The Writer’s Cohort was comprised of more than ten writers, all from the same graduating class. Together, we covered entertainment, industry, and writing-related topics. In addition to writing consistent quality content, I served as one of the four co-Editor-in-Chiefs and the primary social media content creator.

It’s #NeverWeird to Read Felicia Day’s Memoir
The Power Is Yours! Bring Back Captain Planet
Why Life is Strange Made Me Cry
Final Fantasy VII: Remake Breaks the Limits of Episodic Gaming?

Dragons Don’t Have Mustaches

Crab Fat Literary Magazine, Issue 1
August 12, 2014

Crab Fat Magazine: Best of Year One Anthology
June 30, 2015
Short Story

Dragons Don’t Have Mustaches is one of my favorite pieces. I feel it’s a strong example of what I stand for: positive LGBTQ+ representation and diverse perspectives. I’m also insanely proud of its accolades; it was nominated for multiple awards and printed in a “Best of” anthology.

Nominated for the 2014 Pushcart Prize
Nominated for the 2015 Best of the Net Award

Wedding Vows

Crab Fat Literary Magazine, Issue 4
May 17, 2015
Short Story

To me, Wedding Vows offers a strong example of ‘show, don’t tell’ storytelling – especially with the flashback scenes. The story also features an open-ended conclusion which I think works really well.

By Your Side

March 28, 2015
Short Story Collection

By Your Side is the first eBook I self-published. It is a collection of three LGBTQ+ short stories, ranging from romance to drama. Fun fact: I actually created the artwork featured on the cover as well!

Snow Globes

The Aviator, Issue 13
January 7, 2015
Short Script

I wrote Snow Globes as a writing exercise, turning a comedic short story into a tragic short script. The genre flip felt natural, emotional, and realistic. I loved the final piece so much, I decided to submit it for publication.