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“You should write a book.”

Those are the words I’ve often heard over the past two years, but few words have really made it to publication outside of the blog because my main focus has been to scour the web for pop culture news that could translate into pitch ideas to other websites, pray that an editor likes them, and then alter my voice on the one to two pieces that are eventually accepted and actually published so that it caters to the editor’s audience instead of catering to my own.

In the meantime, I’ve neglected my purpose, my authenticity, my talent, my space, and my faithful readers who look forward to reading and receiving my words.

Until now.

In an effort to bring daily content to its readers, showcase the type of work that originally captured my audience, and establish and sustain itself as a fulltime enterprise, Pencil and Chalk is ecstatic to introduce a two-issue, multimedia magazine series featuring stories that won’t appear on the blog, with the exception of a few excerpts and three rewrites.

Both issues -- one released July 1, 2017 and the other released December 1, 2017 -- revolve around a set theme. Our inaugural issue, Table for One, centers on singlehood and offers an honest, fresh, sometimes humorous, sometimes outrageous, head-shaking exploration on the topic through various works of nonfiction, poetry, and fiction.

But the only way to read these exclusive works is to subscribe to the magazine.

For $35, all subscribers will receive:
  • a curation of approximately 30 written and oral personal essays, short stories, poems, memoirs, and more; and
  • 9 monthly emailed newsletters giving behind-the-scenes looks at the magazine’s progress and what’s happening at Pencil and Chalk plus subscriber-only announcements.
Both issues are delivered digitally and optimized for all major mobile platforms including iOS, Android, and Windows across your smart phone, tablet, PC, MAC, or laptop.

Don’t miss out on this literary collection featuring the writer who catapulted her writing career with two back-to-back viral essays talking about her skinniness and her hair. Click "Buy Now" to secure this limited edition project and contribute to the growth and maintenance of Pencil and Chalk. The premiere Table for One issue will be available July 1, 2017.


In the meantime, read an excerpt of the memoir “Swept up in El Nino:Spinning through my Mid-Twenties in Mismatched Mayhem” featured in Table for One.

Order now to secure your subscription because this is a limited edition project. We kindly thank you for your support. 

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