In which Emma offers a glimpse of her week, mostly in terms of candy and cute animals.
In which Emma provides little commentary on her AWP experience and a whole lotta pictures which are kinda belated.
I chose this photograph for January because it’s symbolic, for me, of how much I loved my students at Georgetown College. In the fall of 2010, I taught my second Creative Nonfiction Workshop at Georgetown. We wrote a collaborative lyric essay as a class, and, as a gift, I hand-bound small chapbooks of that essay …
In which Emma creates and then extends a terrible metaphor but also talks about where she is going, where she has been.
NaNoWriMo? Here we go.
In which Emma introduces The Yawp, her labor of love, and asks for your help!
In which Emma brags about her amazing students.
In which Emma goes on for quite a while about writing and teaching until she finally gets to her point about ecopoetics/ecocriticism.
In which Emma attempts to form some coherent thoughts about health care and what it could do for the arts.
In which Emma offers a great many links to what she’s reading on the Interwebs.