Good Grief

Mum and I stood in the aisle of the too-bright warehouse supermarket, you know the one, back then it was painted in ripe-banana yellow with no-nonsense black lettering on all its signage. It was eight o’clock or something close on a Monday evening. We were both exhausted by long hours at the hospital, sitting with my dad, whom I hadn’t …

Cat-pitulation

I don’t actually like cats. I am, in point of fact, quite allergic to them.  here’s a weird thing you may never have thought about: i can tell whoever had this library book before me had at least two cats bc 1) hairs keep drifting out from the pages and 2) my allergies are worsening the longer i read this …

Choice Cut

lovelies, despite weeks of happy anticipation, i won’t be at @LCC2020SanDiego after all 😔(medical condition puts me at high risk + import of LRT tbh) pic.twitter.com/ABEWNkp8aO — S.G. Wong is writing. No, really. (@S_G_Wong) March 8, 2020 How do you know if the choice you’ve made is good or bad? It seemed like a no-brainer for me to cancel my …

Convention(al) Wisdom?

I’ve written a few convention recaps in the past and, let’s be honest, they’ve never been very interesting for anyone who hadn’t also attended said convention/festival/conference, etc. I mean, I’d be happy to link to an old one in order to prove my (sad) point, but they all disappeared in the great website re-design of ’18… So instead of regaling …