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#SOL17: Evidence of a Reader

How do you collect evidence of Reading Anchor Standard 10?

R. A.10. “Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently.”

“Note on range and content of student reading…

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2016 Award Eligibility Post

I’ve spent a great deal of the year working on longer projects–including edits for Her Body and Other Parties–so my eligibility post for 2016 is pretty short. 54 more words

Genre

Electric literature – five digital projects that make you think about books in an entirely new way

Here’s a new one for you – what if we were to argue that literary scholarship and the general study of literature no longer requires you to actually read any books? 806 more words

Writing

Success and Its Trappings, a review of Matt Bell's latest

A comprehensive look and establishment of Matt Bell’s dynamic, literary range

By Kurt Baumeister (for Electric Literature, October 10, 2016)

Weighing in at a hefty four hundred pages, Matt Bell’s latest story collection, … 1,047 more words

Kurt Baumeister

"One of the coolest novels I've read in years"

In the wake of the US launch of Nineveh, Electric Literature has run a interview with me, with this lovely intro:

Nineveh is one of the coolest novels I’ve read in years.

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Present-Day Witchcraft: Seven Stories About Witches

I’m in no way immune to the lure of the witchy, and honestly, I don’t want to resist. I bought a small piece of sunstone from my local metaphysical shop, because I read that sunstone encourages mental clarity. 785 more words

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