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On Definitions

I’m part of a literary fraternity here on campus, and by this self-determination, we always have the conversation—whether it be within the members or with potential members—on the definition of literariness. In many ways, many conversations, our ideas usually pull … Continue reading

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streams (of consciousness) & the (un) natural

This week, I wrote a creative response to “You Must Walk This Lonesome” by Evie Shockley. In writing my response, I was especially interested in her use of stream of consciousness narration, in the relationship between trauma and nature (and the … Continue reading

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Class Notes 9-22

M. NourbeSe Philip reading from Zong! M. NourbeSe Philip reading from Zong! M. NourbeSe Philip performs from Zong! M. NourbeSe Philip performs from Zong! M. NourbeSe Philip site Zong! failure & openness of experimental form / process allow an un-telling whose loss is … Continue reading

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