Reflections on 2020

Dealing with writer burnout and what’s next

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No one can deny that 2020 was a remarkable year. Not remarkably good, mind you. Simply remarkable. Between the pandemic, the US presidential election, the tragedy of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor’s deaths (among many others), the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement, the massive wildfires in Australia and the western United States, it feels like it’s…

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A gay, transgender writer who primarily writes about LGBTQ issues, focused on the transgender community. (He/Him) https://glbalend.medium.com/membership

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