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“To compose” is to make art, music, and poetry. It also means to phrase a thought with care, to form a whole by arranging parts, and to prepare a text for print. It means to calm or settle oneself and one’s thoughts. Below are some of the ways that I am composing (while not necessarily being composed). 
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Defensible Spaces: Stories, forthcoming with Torrey House Press, and more! 

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Scholarly articles about fiction, archives, and community literacy: writing with footnotes and works-cited sections. 

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Oral histories, 'zines, editing, collectives, and hard-to-describe projects. 

prints by Nate DeWaele. See more of his work here

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