In which Emma retrospectitates on March. And makes up a new word. What?
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 introduces The Yawp, her labor of love, and asks for your help!
In which Emma brags about her amazing students.
In which Emma talks about re-defining education and publishing and why she thinks that needs to happen. Also: her mother’s cooking, which is delicious.
In which Emma raises the problem of poetry and the general public and begins to consider how one can solve it.
In which Emma contemplates what a half an hour can do.
Emma rants, and offers a Neruda poem.
In which Emma announces her courses at the Carnegie Center with great excitement!
In which Emma discusses the money and the power.