Sarvinder Naberhaus offers a final farewell on EMU’s Debuts, along with some great advice for writers. Enjoy!
It’s been an exciting ride having Blue Sky White Stars and LiNES come out in the same year and a few months apart. One took 4 years to be born, and the other less than 2 years. Both have simple sparse verse. It’s been quite a ride.
When I wrote Blue Sky White Stars, I had no idea if anyone would like it. When I wrote LiNES , I hoped people would like it.
People ask which is my favorite and I have to say LiNES. Both ideas just came to me and I wrote them down as fast as I could to catch all of it.
On thinking about what to post, of course I loved getting to know my fellow Emus and being part of the nest. It was…
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