In which Emma learns that if you put linebreaks in AC/DC lyrics they seem very important.
emmabolden2013 is the year of Awesome, accidental confessions, Amazing discoveries and wondrous visions, Another summer in a winter town, Art and life and love and The Big Stuff, Artist’s Renditions, bright shining spots in the very much dark, Circumstances, creative nonfiction, creative writing, disappearances, Doing, DUENDE, Emma hits a wall, Emma’s attempts at normal life, Emma’s attempts at real life (failed or otherwise), Errata, Fear and how to face it, INTENSE, Losing courage and other freakouts, My nerves are bad tonight. Yes bad., poems, poetry, Poetry as therapy, Shifting metaphors, the blank page, The Drama Llama, the heft of cathedral tunes, The only living boy in New York, thought for the day, what I don’t write about, where are you going where have you been, writing and not writing, writing life, writing space
In which Emma kind of goes on a rant, basically.
emmaboldenA manifesto of sorts, A teacher’s education, Academia, Academic inquiries, Alabama, books, creative nonfiction, creative writing, education, Emma's Awkward Adolescence, Emma’s Adventures in Over-Analyzing, Errata, Free to Be You and Me, Georgia, Home, Inquiries into academics, Lia Purpura = AMAZING, mullings and ramblings, nonfiction, Power to the People, random musings, ranting and raving, reading, readings, Teacher Texts, teaching writing, The evolution of Emma, thought for the day, Thoughts of a Nonfiction Fan Girl, Where I Often Travel
In which Emma takes a lot of cold medicine and gets deep with her thoughts.
emmabolden“The Glass Essay”, A manifesto of sorts, Academia, Academic inquiries, aesthetic theory, Anne Carson, Art and life and love and The Big Stuff, Artist’s Renditions, avant-garde, AWP, AWP 2013, AWP Boston, balance, books, color-coding, contemporary poetry, creative nonfiction, Creative Writing Scholarship, criticism, definitions, education, edumacation, Emily Dickinson, Emily Dickinson = The Ultimate, Emma’s Adventures in Over-Analyzing, Emma’s theories on what makes for Very Good Poetry, Errata, evaluations, experimental poetry, experimental writing, Form, Happy accidents, influences, Inquiries into academics, Language systems, Maggie Nelson, Maps and legends, movements, mullings and ramblings, nonfiction, On being a poet, poems, poetry, Poetry Rock Stars, poetry superheroes, poets, publishing, publishing (or not publishing, ranting and raving, reading, readings, The avant-garde, the genre line (and stepping over it), the lyric essay, Those Who Walk The Same Line, visual representations, writing community, writing life, You gotta have friends