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A feminist Sulpicia

One of the themes that came out of writing my manuscript on the Sulpicia poems was the fear I have of being hated by other feminists for my stance on their authorship. 1,092 more words

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Evaporation

My copy of Theresa Rebeck’s Seminar play came in, and the notes I transcribed in the last post were indeed paraphrasing from the play. Particularly, my notes referred to the last scene, in which Leonard (played by Alan Rickman), a once famous writer who supposedly doesn’t write anymore after a bit of a scandal, is found out by one of his seminar students (Martin, played by Hamish Linklater) – he does in fact still write, and simply doesn’t have any interest in publishing any of it. 461 more words

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Doubts: A history

From 2010 to 2014, I visited New York 1-3 times a year. It became a second home to me.

For my first two trips, in September 2010 and February 2011, I brought a notebook along with me, and jotted down everything in point form. 862 more words

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Sulpicia is(n't)

For as long as I can remember, I wanted to be a writer. An author of novels, specifically.

In elementary school, I wrote two ‘books’, which were both put in my school’s library. 672 more words

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Seeing more and feeling less / Saying no but meaning yes

I’m in a rut.

For as long as I can remember, I wanted to be a writer. An author of novels, specifically.

In elementary school, I wrote two ‘books’, which were both put in my school’s library. 756 more words

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Preface (to a goodbye)

Yesterday, I submitted the manuscript for my Sulpicia book. I’m not sure I was ready for that, but over the last few weeks I had done a ton of work on it, so I think that it, at least, was ready. 309 more words

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You (don’t) gotta fight..., Part 2

A couple of months ago, I couldn’t help but feel chuffed at finding out that I’ve been cited in a book, by William W. Batstone and his chapter “Sulpicia and the Speech of Men,” in  977 more words

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