wafflebunny

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    Occupation:
    Student
    Are you published?:
    No
    Favorite Writers:
    William Blake, Hans Christian Andersen
    Religious Beliefs:
    • Deist
    Political Views:
    • Moderately Liberal
    For as long as I could remember, I have been involved in the arts. According to my parents, I was just a toddler when they discovered my artistic ability. I gained valuable experience in the area of fine arts but I became more interested in writing. At the age of ten, I completed a comic book titled Zoe as a project at the College of Creative Studies summer program. I also participate in the Detroit Festival of the Arts, for four years throughout elementary and middle school, where I sold a series of children’s books titled Ollie. The Ollie series were tales of an anthropomorphic teddy bear and his family. My high school years were when I decided that I want to pursue a career in writing, whether it was writing for screen and stage or being a novelist. I wrote my first novel Mary’s Child at the age of fifteen and I competed in the NAACP Act-So Competition that I won statewide with my screenplay The Other Face of Aphrodite. I won the first place prize with Aphrodite and competed in the Act-So nationals with the one act stage play The Reunion. In my senior year, I was awarded a scholarship from the Delta Sigma Theta Inc. for my seven-page short story “Diesel Angel”.

    I studied English at Michigan State University with a focus on Classical Literature but my realm is creative writing for fiction and screen. I am now currently a contributing editor for Convention Magazine. My style of writing is mostly a reflection of my whimsical personality and my obsession with Esotericism, traveling, art, culture and diversity, and old architecture. I am currently planning to attend grad school to work on an MFA in Creative Writing. Right now, I want to put my work out in the open and share my creative stories with other writers and enthusiatic readers.

    Dolls, cartoons, traveling, bright colors, music