One thing I love about the scientific community is how amazingly creative everyone is. The stereotype of the boring scientist who doesn’t think past “his” work is not only a stereotype, I don’t even know how it could have become one. Every scientist I know, pursues a creative focus from brewing award-winning beer to writing …
The Coachella Review just put up two of my virus poems. Who doesn’t love some poetry about molecular biology on a Monday?
Poet, community facilitator, human of goodness, Hari Alluri has a new book of poems out. The Flayed City will open you in ways that matter. Below are two of my many favorites. You need to buy yourself a copy.
am behind don’t done get good her just like me my need not now ohreally scar she stoked super thing things too woman *from my daily pages at 750words.com; in alphabetical order.