Monthly Archives: March 2013

Learning About Publishing – 5 Things

This week in my 405 class (Literary Citizenship), we’re discussing the world of editing and publishing. I’ve had several classes discuss this now, but there are five new things I’ve learned this week that stood out to me. 1) Patience, … Continue reading

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Learning from Literary Events – 5 Things

So, my followers, as you may or may not know, these past two weeks have been full of literary events. Last week was highlighted by a panel of professors discussing their experiences and advice on grad school, and this week … Continue reading

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Social Media, Wendell Berry, and Writing

I came across a blog post at Terrain.org yesterday highlighting something I’ve been struggling with lately, and felt was worth sharing. The post is by Megan Kimble, and in it, she explains her conflict with a cell phone salesmen trying … Continue reading

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