About the Author and This Blog

My name is Kyle T. Dibert, and I was born in Washington in the grungy year of 1994. I am a lover of words – the magic of words, actually. I enjoy photography, and really anything art related. I am an avid reader, writer, philosopher, musician, and sad comedian. I once published a book, but I saw the trend of online sites years ago, and, of course a day late and a dollar short, I decide its time to get with it. I was diagnosed Bipolar I in the insane year of 2013 after a 30 day psychosis; and for those of you who don’t know what that is, it is literal psychotic hell. I have Generalized Anxiety Disorder along with Bipolar, and I found the arts to be my only true salvation. I have been suicidal for years upon years, and the only thing that has kept me alive this long is writing and music. Life isn’t always roses; life isn’t always fair – I seem to have learned that a little too early on in life. So this is my blog bursting with diverse subjects: war, vanity, insanity, metanoia; you, myself, and all the nothingness that surrounds us only filled to brim in my eyes with the words I create on the page. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy writing it!

Everything posted here has come from my mind and my mind alone unless otherwise noted. All rights reserved. Please respect the time and energy I put into my art and don’t be a cyber-thief!

Please enjoy and comment; I need as much feedback as possible to grow and progress a ‘serious’ writer and poet. 

 

4 Replies to “About the Author and This Blog”

    1. I am very new to this website; however, I appreciate your interest, and I will be creating an “about the author” page later on tonight so you can further understand where I am coming from, and, most importantly, why I write what I write.

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