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  • “my little brother” | bibliography

    There are so many things I despise about academia (you probably know this about me if we have spoken for 5 minutes), BUT one thing I love is a good bibliography. Bibliographies are the foundation of the writing process. I love to read them as I research, and I love to write them because it […]

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  • my little brother || lyrics

    I distinctly remember the impossibility I felt as a child that I/we would ever be anything other than kids. It seemed impossible that my siblings would have their own family, or that our priorities would shift, or that we would have real responsibilities. That we would get jobs. Or not live in the same house. […]

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  • autumn nostalgia

    something changes inside you as you watch your younger siblings become adults.  it’s one thing to come of age, but something different—maybe sweeter, maybe more difficult— to watch them come of age, too.  this song feels like October to me. it’s all about change. observing it. taking part in it. accepting it. i decided to actually […]

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  • studio diary #1: “my little brother”

    i feel like whenever I hear a Classical Music piece that is about death, the piece always ends with long, slow upwards scale. it kind of illustrates our ideas of death and afterlife. how does a body leave the earth? or where do we go when we die? up, right? towards the heaven? our “spirits” […]

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  • little brother — original song | demo

    I wrote this song last summer. And then I wrote this note to myself in my phone: We’re in the clear now, though 😉

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