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MFA Update: Preparing My First Peer Piece

When I chose my MFA program (btw, got in everywhere all my paperwork made it in!), I had a matter of a few weeks to turn in my first writing. 317 more words

Writing

Edgar Allan Poe: Short Stories

This week, for our last assignment before the final project is due, we had three short stories to read by Edgar Allan Poe: “The Tell-Tale Heart”, “The Black Cat”, and “The Cask of Amontillado.” 675 more words

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Assam Rifles leh MFA in football talent hunt buatsaih dawn

Assam Rifles leh Mizoram Football Association tangdun chuan May 1 atanga 9 chhung hian Lammual ah mipa leh hmeichhe tan K Kawla U-19 Football Talent Hun Tournament a buatsaih dawn a. 312 more words

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Cobwebs

Here and there, now and again, I write little “cobwebs” I call them.

They’re little notes scribbled on the edges of my grocery lists and lesson plans. 412 more words

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We're Almost There!

The semester is coming to a close a little too quickly for my liking; I’ve got less than two weeks to go before I’m done with my first year at SNC! 171 more words

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Meet the Writer: Jodi Paloni @Press53 @JodiPaloni #environment #poetry #fiction #giveaway

Today, Grab the Lapels welcomes Jodi Paloni to the Meet the Writer series. I’ve asked Jodi questions about her two very different graduate degrees — one in environmental studies and the other in creative writing — and you read about how poetry may serve a purpose to the poet, but doesn’t have to be published to have meaning. 1,806 more words

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On Influence

I recently picked up my old copy of The Triggering Town by Richard Hugo, and there was a crumpled up sticky note attached to the back of the book that must have clung onto the back of it for years, for I don’t remember writing it, but it is undoubtedly my loopy, ten-year-old-boy handwriting—and this note, which also must have survived two cross-country moves—says, “This is my philosophy on writing about place,” with “place” underlined three times, and an arrow pointing toward the corner of the book. 1,999 more words

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