for now, if you’re still having trouble, would you all post your poems as comments underneath this post? thanks!
So here’s round 2 on the blog–try and register for the blog, and we’ll see if we can make this work easily.
will be reading for the
Perfect Sense Reading Series
Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia Street in Greenwich Village
on Wednesday, February 26, 2014, at 6 pm
Hosted by Alissa H […]
Join us the day after Valentine’s Day, February 15th, for a head over heels reading. And with a lineup like this, it must be love:
Lee Ann Brown
and your h […]
The Queens Library
Sunday, February 9
Central Library (Auditorium)
89-11 Merrick Boulevard, Jamaica
Train: F to 169th Street
Numerous buses go to the 165th Street bus terminal
Read the piece here. And give it a listen while you’re there.
Jonathan Larson wrote a new post, Critical Theory Today Lecture An American Utopia: Fredric Jameson in Conversation with Stanley Aronowitz Friday, March 14 5:00 pm, Elebash Recital Hall, on the site Queens College MFA Bulletin Blog 4 years, 1 month ago
Jonathan Larson wrote a new post, Chancellor’s Conversation on “Art and Craft” with Andre Aciman, Colum McCann, and William P. Kelly Tuesday, March 4, on the site Queens College MFA Bulletin Blog 4 years, 1 month ago
These events are free; reservations are required. Please visit our website for reservations and more details (including our full schedule):http://www.gc.cuny.edu/culturalcapital or call 212-817-8215.
All events […]
January 23, 2014
Marriage: A Daybook
From the window the river rinses
the dark. I twist
the wedding beads […]
I’m pleased to invite all of you to the first Turnstyle reading of the season, which is February 10th, a Monday. Turnstyle is a mixer bringing together students and faculty from the four CUNY MFA programs. All […]
Jonathan Larson wrote a new post, MFA Alum Marta Mondelli’s play @ Cherry Lane Studio, on the site Queens College MFA Bulletin Blog 4 years, 1 month ago
Eric Becker is working as Asst Managing Editor at Asymptote, and they just released our latest issue. Lots of good stuff: J.M. Coetzee, Michael Hofmann, Yoshitomo Nara, Adam Thirlwell, Rosmarie Waldop, Emilio […]
Check out the interview with tyler rivenbark, QC MFA alum inside the link.
It was hard for me not to read Rose’s piece and his discussion of remedial writing and not think of the Pharmakon, unjustly I–or rather unjustified–i think, yet maybe also fitting somehow if we consider that the […]
This week’s readings ranged quite a bit in their Focus; Elbow, with expected facility, placates the those in the academy whose views of SWE are more stringently confining while reasoning that that SWE, which is no […]
Lots to say about grading. Heather started us off with her thoughts on Smith’s Essay regarding end comments, and the challenge they provide (to write helpful, succint, and grammatically Sound Responses for the […]
The first article I’d like to address is Haswell’s “Minimal Marking.” At first glance (and maybe probably at second and third glance) I’m drawn toward this pragmatic approach of strongly hinting at problem areas in […]
Like Danica I’ve also picked up on this disconnect between students writing and their speech. I would say that 5-6 (the six again) write well in my class, another 5-6 write kind of spotty, but generally have good […]
Teaching the Nonfiction writing course which as I’ve stated before has no pre-given structure to it, I’ve relied a lot on narrative structure as a focus. Plot structure and the like. Although in recent weeks I’ve […]
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