plebpoet - a writer who knows literature and loves bitcoin
I know literature because I studied it at Southern Nazarene University, earning a Bachelor’s in English in 2018. I am most influenced by Ann Patchett, Joan Didion, Sylvia Plath, T.S. Eliot, Henry David Thoreau, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. I believe fiction is the testing grounds for human action.
I love bitcoin because I believe it is a monetary system and supported network that is robust enough to discover value. I believe it allows the rebirth of art, among other things.
When I am writing journalistically, I aim to convey the sense that I am your friend who learned something new that I’m excited to share with you. When I am writing fiction, I record my dreams, or I walk back through real moments in my life as if they were dreams, and maybe I manipulate them to bring them into form, to make a story out of life as it is lived. When I am writing poetry, I am trying to write the truth. I attempt a hallowed offering of words as small as I can make it, so that you wouldn’t see me in it at all.