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poetry in difficult times

There Are Birds here Still, Poetry Will Rise: http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2016/11/still-poetry-will-rise/507266/

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Intro Fiction Stories

Faulkner Barn Burning faulkner-barn-burning

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Submit Work to UMD Writing Awards

Follow this link for info and submit writing in all genres for the 2016 Writing Awards. Prestige and money will be awarded for excellent writing! http://umdearborn.edu/writawards_sub/

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video essay links

http://www.triquarterly.org/issues/issue-141/history http://www.triquarterly.org/essay/on-the-form-of-video-essay http://www.triquarterly.org/issues/issue-141 http://www.northwestern.edu/newscenter/stories/2013/07/the-video-essay-celebrating-an-exciting-new-literary-form.html#! http://www.blackbird.vcu.edu/v9n1/gallery/ve-scott_j/liberty-video.shtml http://claudiarankine.com/

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Fun Creative Writing Online

there are a lot of online journals for creative writing, here’s sone: http://www.moonsickmagazine.com/ http://www.splitlipmagazine.com/ http://horselesspress.org/horse-less-review/ http://www.twoseriousladies.org/

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Submit your Creative Writing to Lyceum

Greetings fellow wordsmiths, Please encourage your students to submit their writing, visual artwork, and music to the Lyceum, our on-campus literary and fine arts journal. The Lyceum is student-run and they publish a journal in the Fall and Winter semesters. … Continue reading

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Shakespeare/Berrigan

  There are many differences and similarities between Shakespeare’s poems and Berrigan’s poems in terms of form, structure, language, vocabulary and content. Some similarities found between these two poets are that they both use fourteen lines in their poems. Both … Continue reading

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Blood Dazzler

In “Ethel’s Sestina,” Smith conveys emotions of both hopelessness and hopefulness. She places us directly “into the shoes” of the speaker of the poem, Ethel Freeman, by using colloquial diction; consequently, readers can more fully feel what it must have … Continue reading

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Sonnets

The two major types of sonnets throughout literary history are the Petrarchan and Shakespearean sonnets. While both use 14 lines with various rhyme schemes in order to write poetry, the specifics, both in form and content, can be very different. … Continue reading

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