What Direction Now? Life at the intersection…

ThreeOdyssey (30DC – 30 Day Challenge)


My PCV friend and region-mate, Jennifer, decided a few months ago to give up smoking in October. She’s done a lot of mental and physical preparation (something involving a fast as well, which is just hardcore…), but she asked for some moral support in the form people joining her in a “30 Day Challenge.” A lot of the folks who are participating are fellow volunteers, so many of them are vowing to study Ukrainian or Russian language every day. Some are taking up daily exercise or giving up coffee and chocolate.

Because I am always looking for external motivation to do so (and because I am evidently incapable at my current stage of development of doing so without such external kicks in the back of the head), I have decided to write everyday for the next thirty days.

I can’t tell you that it will always be a lot of writing, and it most certainly won’t all be good, but if it’s at all fit for consumption, I’ll post it on here.

(This place needs a little life, I think! Evidently the site was down for a few days recently—did anyone notice?…because I sure didn’t, which is sad…)

So it starts…
So it goes…


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What Direction Now? Life at the intersection…

About Andrew.

Andrew Cartwright grew up in Indianapolis, IN, but has lived over the years in such places as Denver, CO; Fairfax, VA; and Rivne, Ukraine. He is a former nonfiction editor for both Indiana Review and phoebe; he has also worked for the intersectional feminist journal, So To Speak, and the national literary magazine, Electric Literature. His work has appeared in The Normal School Online, Copper Nickel, Esquire Ukraine, Literary Hub, and Word Riot.

For more information about me and links to other writing, visit my author page at cartwriter.com





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