shiloh m slaughter
Before I was a writer, I wrote but did not know a writer was a possible occupation, or even a person to be. I wrote because it was the one thing at that time in my life that could not and was not taken from me. I wrote in crayon when my pen was taken, in safety pins, and other things. Later, I was introduced to slam poetry in Saginaw, my home town. Then it was Sylvia Plath and Emily Dickinson. Following soon after, was Mr. Jeff Vande Zande, my fiction professor at Delta College, who encouraged me to write fiction when at the time, 'I only wrote poetry.' Now, I am dedicated to literature altoge more...
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