Inherently Meaningless is a place where Justin W. Grover shares his poetry, short stories, essays and other assorted pieces of writing. He has been writing casually and sometimes seriously since the 7th grade, when he was told he didn’t have to do any classwork as long as he was writing stories and turning them in at the end of each quarter. As he has grown, so has his writing, ranging from subjects of love and loss, depression, happiness and his favorite place to be: the seaside. Some of his inspirations as writers are Ken Kesey, Hunter S. Thompson, Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs, Tom Waits, Leonard Cohen and Noel Gallagher. As a 28 year-old man returning to school for the first time since graduating high school, he hopes to further develop his writing skills with Inherently Meaningless being his main creative outlet.
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