Last post, I wrote about my type-a travel planning tendencies. You will be very surprised to know that I haven't eaten any of my travel snacks (no one more surprised than me...). I have over 10 hours of songs in my newly created road trip playlist and will drop some here in this extremely judgment free zone (crosses fingers). - No Roots by Alice Merton - 3WW by alt-J - Fake Smile by Ariana Grande - Daisy by Ashnikko - Skinnydipped by Banks - How You Like That by BLACKPINK - A
I have a book coming out in May and I'm lowkey super stoked. And also a little terrified. This collection is all about vulnerability - taking out those fragile parts of my heart, the traumas that, to me, seem far too poisonous to be allowed to exist, and the delicate newness of stepping into myself. Actually myself. Not the versions I tried to be. Not the person they wanted me to be. Just me. It's very scary to pull out these pieces I have kept hidden for so very long. I don'
When You Were Heroes I wish I could go back to when I looked at my parents as heroes My Dad used to call me the Frog Prince and I thought it was true That he was a kind of King And my mother the Queen I literally thought he was Superman He looked like him, except with a gut So I thought he’d retired from Superheroing Gotten over his obsession with Lois Lane Created a new identity as an insurance salesman So Lex Luthor would finally leave him the fuck alone I mean, the dude kn
I've been planning my first overnight trips since society hit the snooze button in 2020 and I couldn't be more thrilled. Some might even call it thrillingly annoying. Yes, I'm always that person who shows up at the airport 3 hours early. I need plenty of time to pick out my in-flight magazine, browse all the shops, then waste a bunch of money on things to entertain me while everyone else sleeps soundly. I still have that childish Christmas morning feeling the day of a trip. E
We just celebrated our first birthday! It's hard to believe that it's been a year already. So many things have transpired since Curious Corvid received the official statement from Ohio registering us as a business. There was a lot of screaming on that day! (Happy screaming FYI) We started off as a simple fever dream in a very ambitious poet named Ravven. Ravven was an outcast. She found it hard to make friends, hard to exist, and hard to express herself. At the time, she fond
Hello everyone! It is so exciting to have this new feature on our website! Now we can share with you, our dear readers, behind the scenes activity and exclusive content. Speaking of. I'd like to share this poem with you from my upcoming collection The Cry of The Ravven which debuts in May. I think this piece encapsulates everything I am trying to say and do with CCP. I hope you enjoy it. Here's To The Broken People The world will know you The way that I know you. And the worl