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  • Profile picture of Erin Herbst

    I know that the semester is over, but I figured this would be an easy way to share this–

    I started reading Parable of the Talents today, the sequel to Parable of the Sower, and most of the action is set in 20 […]

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    For the purposes of this post, I split my writing into three sections:  Paternal Power, Jaws, and Ghosts.  These sections function largely as organizing principles, and are by no means the exclusive focus, or o […]

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    According to the Purdue Online Writing Lab, the braided essay is “broken into sections using medial white space, lines of white space on a page where there are no words (much like stanzas in poetry), and each time there is a section break, the writer moves from one ‘thread’ to another.”

    I find this definition limiting, especially due to the fac…[Read more]

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    Amanda Ameen wrote a new blog post Reliving Trauma in the group Group logo of The Contemporary PoemThe Contemporary Poem: 2 weeks ago

    During my Great Day presentation, someone asked me an interesting question that I wanted to pose to the rest of the poetry community:

    “Do you feel you are reliving your trauma by reading past poems you’ve […]

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    I never got to post these! Here are some photos from my great day presentation on trauma as a source of poetry! 

  • Profile picture of Alexa Fox

    Before I learned that I could write stories, there was a certain type of genre, if that’s what you would call it, that I was drawn to: Mythology. I was always encapsulated by the idea of gods, monsters, and heroes. The stories woven through mythology were always intricate and fascinating, as an ancient culture wove their own origin stories as to…[Read more]

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    Lyrical, Part 1 listed some of my favorite lyrics and the artists who sang them. Song lyrics often reflect what we, as people, connect with and what we feel. My English teacher in 12th Grade had us do an exercise […]

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    I realized that in one of my initial posts about inspiration, I listed song lyrics as sources of inspiration. Seeing that I never really went into this, I decided to devote a blog post about it. Many people […]

  • Profile picture of Veronica Taglia

    I realize that classes are already over, but very quickly I want to share a piece of news I came across that relates rather deeply to the course. Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the City of Miami’s lawsuit against Wells Fargo and Bank of America. The suit alleges that the banks’  predatory lending practices violated the Fair…[Read more]

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    Wade Bradshaw wrote a new blog post Thank You in the group Group logo of American StudiesAmerican Studies: 3 weeks ago

    As we wrap up the semester, our academics and work and lives start to boil over. I am finding solace in our final “Second Line” paper; I am looking forward to my own rebirth and stability after finals. I’m tak […]