Here is a little note just to let you know of what fabulous things have been going out with me lately, and what will become of this blog.
Those that follow me on Facebook or Twitter may know that I have become a new blogger for The Huffington Post. Obviously, this is a huge honor, as HuffPost is such a huge and influential online newspaper. While I have essentially been given a carte blanche to write in any section I want to, I will direct my focus on phenomenological things that I think are super interesting in the fields of film, pop culture and, perhaps, literature. The first post went up in roughly a month ago, and it was a meditation on the three films director Joe Wright has made with Keira Knightley (in other news, Pride & Prejudice, Atonement and Anna Karenina). The response has been great so far, and I have today submitted another little piece, this one on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, which just so happens to be my favorite reality show ever. Any other people obsessed with NeNe, Kenya and Co? Let me know! The post should be up on The Huffington Post as soon as their editors look over it, and I will be posting the link on the sidebar of my blog.
Since The Huffington Post is such a great platform for my musings on popular culture, film etc, I have decided to turn this website into a blog of sorts, where I will post little articles that wouldn’t really fit on The Huffington Post, the links and other reading that I like and maybe even some personal blogging. This means that it will be updated way more often – the articles that I write in order to provide some insight into culture take me a long amount of time until they are beaten into shape just the way I want it. I am excited, then, to be posting about other stuff on here and hopefully getting some interaction.
Make sure you click through here to see my page on The Huffington Post, or you can use the links in the sidebar. Either way, make sure you fan me and share my stuff with your friends – that would be greatly appreciated!
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