Meet OTV Regular Contributor Drew Sheldon

 

Drew Sheldon is an upstart and rabble rouser for equal rights. This left-leaning ally is never satisfied with the status quo because the status quo doesn’t measure up. He steps on the status quo daily, thumbs his nose at it and deigns to do better, because the world deserves better and Drew is a fan of the world.

If you don’t already know Drew, thumb your nose at yourself. You are behind the times, friend. Saddle up and ride on over to his blog, then gallop back this way to revel in his ruminations On the Verge. You’ll enjoy yourself, and you’ll end up a better person. It’s the most painless path to accidental self-improvement.

When Drew isn’t dismantling the patriarchy, he spends his days sharpening quills so he will never run out of writing implements. He washes his own dishes, cooks his own food, dismantles his own deck and does his own laundry. If he were sexist, he would call himself a “Jack”-of-all-trades, but Drew is consciously compassionate. He recognizes that gender is not binary nor is it indicative of a particular skill set. Even though his preferred pronoun is “he,” Drew chooses to exercise inclusive language. Drew is a person-of-all-trades. You wish you were like him.

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Shawna is a writer and in Bloomington, IN with an MFA from Indiana University. Her work most frequently addresses issues associated with survivorship. Some of her published writing can be found in The Manifest-Station, HuffPo, Sacred & Subversive, Exit 7, [wherever], and Role Reboot. She writes most regularly on Steemit and her personal site, The Honeyed Quill. Shawna is the creator of #LinkYourLife, the compassion-based community for artists and survivors on Twitter and Facebook. She is Editor-in-Chief for The Relationship Blogger, a site dedicated to mental health, relationships and their intersections. She teaches writing locally as well as online through the Elizabeth Ayres Center for Creative Writing.

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