Especially on the internet, though, I tend to not talk about myself much. In the writing community, hardly at all-- and when I do, it's often about my theories or my ideas, or what I happen to be working on. This is probably because I feel like that is personal stuff. But I should also prove I'm not a robot, too. You know. To humanize myself.
So, uh, I should try that. Here goes.
I am a student at a small liberal arts college. I'm a senior there. It's finals week. I have a 10-15 page paper due by noon tomorrow, but I'm not freaking out because I love the subject matter.
And I love Pokemon.
There, was that so hard? Hm... I always feel weird telling the writerly community that I'm a student so I usually, well, don't. It's like they'll think I'm not serious about this, or they'll think I'm inexperienced, or they'll think... I don't know.
Is that unfounded? Or do writers really look at each other based on things like age?