A review of One Day at a Time, the updated series on Netflix, from a single mother who relates to the family a lot more than she thought she would.
Today we went around the class and presented the rough drafts of our second paper–a review of a book of life writing. The goal was for it to work as a sort of workshop, to discuss our goals for the paper and to get valuable feedback. I was struggling with what to focus on in
I promised myself that I would not check my application progress until I got back from Cancun. The program I use to check student information for my job is the same one that shows the progress of my application to grad school. Too often I would be on the site checking something for work, and
Is it only writers, storytellers, who see a statue in a museum or a park and wonder what would happen should the statue come to life? The first I was introduced to the characters of Mandy Dawson’s Elemental Awakening was in a response to a prompt using a image of the Freedom Sculpture by Zenos Frudakis from
This semester’s class is on autobiography and memoir. When I saw it in the class catalog, I knew I had to take this class. I love memoirs. I like celebrity memoirs where you find out all the dirt behind-the-scenes, and I like memoirs written by unknowns who have survived their demons. I like quirky memoirs by humorists where