Alyssa Hubbard is author to Humans and Their Creations, An Austrian March, and Apocalyptia. Her poetry has been featured in Crack the Spine and scissors & spackle. She was born and raised in a small town in Alabama. She is currently attending the University of Alabama where she hopes to obtain a BA in English with a minor in Creative Writing. Alyssa spends most of her time gaming, reading, writing, re-writing, and re-writing, and re-writing, and re-writing… She loves blogging and singing in public.
My name is Alyssa. I am a terrible poet, a garbage prose writer, a passive gamer, and a proud nerd. My favorite book is Feed by M.T. Anderson. My dream is to live in Minnesota (Golden Valley or Minneapolis), but my heart will always be in Alabama (even though I hate the hot summers). I am introverted, I am clumsy, I am pasty, I laugh at poo jokes, and I am terrified of stickers. Don’t ask (ok, you can ask). I am currently a college student, so I spend copious amounts of time writing essays and major papers. I do get a bit of time of writing for myself, and that’s where this blog comes in. I want to talk about myself, my writing, the process of writing, the state of writing now, and I want to talk to other writers and readers out there, too. I hope you will join me. Regardless, happy reading, happy writing!