Category: the genre line (and stepping over it)
The Story Behind “The Damage”
In which Emma has a dream come true and talks about it for you. AND MAKES HER SUMMARY RHYME.
emmabolden2013 is the year of Awesome, accidental confessions, Amazing discoveries and wondrous visions, announcements, appearances, awesome, awesome presses, BOOM., Breaking up is hard to do, Chchchchanges, COLLECT!, contemporary poetry, Corrections, crafting, crafts, creative nonfiction, creative writing, Dear Johns from the Po Biz, Emma is very lucky, EPIC WIN, Glitter (pretty version), Going to eleven, gratitude, hopes and dreams, inspiration, Internet culture, Letters to Inanimate Objects, living without linebreaks, love, love poems, magazines, Milestones and suchness, Movin’ on, nonfiction, One Can Find Me Here (Or At Least My Words), Online culture, Online literary magazines, Other Lit Mags One Should Admire, Other Poets, Other Presses We Should All Be Looking At, poem challenge, poem for the day, poems, poetry, Poetry Daily, poets, publishing, publishing (or not publishing, rejection, rejection slippage, relationships, revision, shameless self-promotion, Squee!, Stationary Objects and Collisions Therewith, submissions, Thanks and thanks again, The big move, the genre line (and stepping over it), The grind, the poem factory, The Secret Life of Objects, Very Excellent News, where are you going where have you been, Where You Can Find Me (Or At Least My Words), wonders and apparitions, writing life, You gotta have friends
Are We Après The Avant?*
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