Monthly Archives: March 2013

Release the butterfly within

How do I let my project become its most beautiful embodiment of the idea I’ve been developing throughout the writing process? Photo Credit: Catherine Keefe How do I effectively revise? Students ask this, and it’s also a question I frequently … Continue reading

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To mete or not to mete? That is the question…

And so is: my self, or not my self? And most importantly, what happens when a writer’s private life interrupts public perception? Photo Credit: ¬†Cristian Baitg/iStockphoto.com Ten days ago, Joe Yonan the food critic for The Washington Post, announced his … Continue reading

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Give it your best shot…

I respectfully forward you a note from the illustrious editor of¬†Calliope, Chapman’s own art and literary magazine specializing in the work of undergraduates. Note the deadline to submit is Friday, March 15. Seven days from now. Hurry! Go see what … Continue reading

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