Miles Walser

Poetry - Activism - Cats

My #read78 poetry book this week was Margaret Atwood’s Morning in the Burned House. The section about her father was so well paced, it made me anxious as if I was right there with her. #poetry #books
But like, I have things to do today…
#tbt almost exactly three years ago I tricked this cutie into thinking I was interesting enough to date. Yay for me.
#tbt that time I dangled my feet off the edge of the world with @askimokyss #norway
My latest #read78 fiction book was Michael Cunningham’s “The Hours.” Having recently read “Mrs. Dalloway,” at first I was afraid the book would feel too heavy-handed. But by the second chapter I was hooked. A gorgeous, haunting piece of art. #books #thehours
For this weeks #read78 book I read Joanna Hoffman’s “Running for Trap Doors.” I loved the way Hoffman could seemingly effortlessly give a voice to the nagging uncertainty you feel when you’re not quite sure what you’re doing with your life. Also “High School Electives” was my pre-queer life. Go read it now! #poetry #books #siblingrivalry #queer
Tonight I’m gonna barber like it’s 1949.
This week’s #read78 book was Hieu Minh Nguyen’s “This Way to The Sugar.” This book was filled with delicious nuggets of hurt and incredibly crafted poems. I loved it so much I feel almost angry about it. Go read it now. #books #poetry #writebloody
Don’t plant your first chapbook at the Poets House if you don’t want to find it 6 years later… #PONYcamp #cricketfuel
Plotting the dog’s demise. #meow #biscuit #overyourshenanigans