Dear Mr. Coffee, I have, yet again, felt the terror of your hatred and disdain. At this point, it’s all too clear: we have grown apart, and so have our wants and needs. It’s over, Mr. Coffee. I wish you the best. And no, we cannot be friends. Good luck with your future endeavors at …
She doesn’t even go here!
In which Emma develops a metaphor out of the original Super Mario Brothers game.
In which Emma eats some angstcakes.
The terminology war, and what we can learn if we put down our linguistic weapons and listen to what a grade-school choir can teach us.
In which Emma thinks a bit about ain’t and yonder and y’all.
In which Emma starts thinking about how we can change the way we teach, the way we read, and the way we live.
In which Emma talks about writing and money and Pound and music and rants and raves a little bit, too, of course.
In which Emma contemplates regionalism in creative writing and poses the question: how do we get arts education back in education?
In which Emma discusses the difficulties, dangers, and delight of writing a book review.