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90% professor anthology

While this anthology had many great writers I hadn’t yet heard of, I also found myself bothered time and again by the inaccessibility of some of the pieces. Some of this discomfort should be sat with and felt through regarding … Continue reading

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Shattering the Wine Glass

“Form is not a fixture but an activity.”  A good friend of mine will still occasionally pseudo-mock me for my seemingly unjustified genre jump into poetry that occurred only about a year ago. Granted, her light ridicule isn’t entirely unfounded. … Continue reading

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freeing myself

Creative response: goo.gl/Wc5iEC Whenever I think of poetry, I like to think of it as a gateway for me to explore the more creative side of me – one that’s ready to test boundaries and create ways to express myself that … Continue reading

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Anxiety -> Experimental Poetics

I have been thinking a lot lately about the Anxiety of Influence. I read that unnecessarily long theory book (ugh@Harold Bloom) on it for a FanFiction class I’m in (Andrew Colarusso is lovely!), and it left me with many feelings. … Continue reading

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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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Hey friends, a piece I wrote about the queer poetics of nightlife was published in The Indie, a Brown/RISD weekly. Read here to check out two new poems and learn about how a rave is like a writing desk! Also, … Continue reading

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