Writing

Author: Lindsey Miga

This was one of my favorite pieces I've written. It's a story about two kids growing up and dealing with the fact that not everything can be solved with a game of make-believe.

Author: Lindsey Miga

Based on Lorrie Moore's "How to Become a Writer Or, Have You Earned This Cliche?" This was my attempt to put my experience with mental health into an easy to read format. Lorrie Moore's writing is linked as follows:

 https://archive.nytimes.com/www.nytimes.com/books/98/09/20/specials/moore-writer.html 

Author: Lindsey Miga

This piece came as a result of a frustrating deadline. I was having a lot of trouble getting myself to do the work, and I used this as a way of explaining what it means to be in the mind of a perfectionist procrastinator, and how much it hurts. 

Author: Lindsey Miga

As you may have noticed by clicking through this website, words are my great love. This was a story I wrote about that feeling, that warmth that comes when I pick up a good book.

Author: Lindsey Miga

This is a story of grief, loss, and recovery. A man wondering through the woods in search of something that's gone. 

Author: Lindsey Miga

A brief philosophical pondering on the lifetime of a raindrop.