74 posts
Kim McCullough is an author and teacher living in Calgary, Alberta.

Words on Page

As a child, I craved change. Newness. One way this desire manifested was to move the furniture in my room three or four times a year. Unfortunately, the first time I felt the pull to reconfigure my living space (I think I was nine years old), coincided with a time […]

Lists and Expectations

A short post today…a few lists, and a few thoughts. Lists of things I loved in 2017 3 Books Her Body and Other Stories – Carmen Maria Machado Ongoingness – Sarah Manguso Long Way Down – Jason Reynolds   3 Netflix/Crave Shows Godless Line of Duty 19-2 (and perhaps related, […]

Occupations and Preoccupations

Another month has gone by! I went back through old posts, and it’s nice to see there is a progression, or progress, small as it is. I’ve spent much of the past year-and-a-half forcing a writing life that felt like the embodiment of dryer lint stuck in my throat. I’ve […]

June Post

As I mentioned in my last post, I seem to have lost any sense of creativity for blogging. Part of it is just being worn out. June is always challenging, but this year seemed more intense than usual. That said, I always end the year grateful for my time with […]

Procrastination Revelation

Well, mere hours from another deadline, I post. My will to blog is flagging. I have started a tinyletter about teaching and learning. Feel free to subscribe – Posts are not very frequent yet, but I’m spending a lot more time at school, and would love to share some stories, […]

March Post Mid-April

I really did write a post while in London! However, it doesn’t really reflect my feelings on the place, so I suppose I’ll just post some pictures. Lately, I want to write about so many things going on that I can’t narrow them down. Today I wrote 500 words about my […]