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Posted on 08.07.19

A Conversation with Phil Kaye...

interviews | by Karla Cordero

A Conversation with Phil Kaye by Emily Lu Gao     Originally published in YLWRNGR                                                                                      Link: https://ylwrngr.com/2019/03/15/phil-kaye/        ...

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Posted on 03.11.19

Financially Sustaining Your Craft: An Interview on Self-Publishing with Edy...

interviews | by Karla Cordero

The debate over self-publishing versus working with an established press is always in conversation with various writing communities. At times, the final debate around the topic seems to end with a negative stigma regarding self-publishing as a lack of credibility or validatio...

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Posted on 09.16.18

Book Review - Citizen Illegal by José Olivarez...

books | by Karla Cordero

The Intimacy of Family, Home, and Identity in Citizen Illegal by José Olivarez Reviewed by Valorie K. Ruiz  It takes a focused introspection, awareness, and openness to capture what it’s like to exist within the intersection of multiple identities. José Olivarez’ Cit...

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Posted on 07.17.18

Some Rules & Rituals for the Full-Time Teacher-Writer...

news | by Karla Cordero

Ahhh... summer! My favorite time of the year where writing feels more luxury than the impossible endeavor. But all teachers know all glorious summers must come to an end. We slowly put our notebooks down and hit the ground running with syllabus development, book orders, an...

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Posted on 03.01.18

RUDY FRANCISCO AND THE POSSIBILITIES OF TONIGHT...

sociopoetix_blog | by Anthony Blacksher

RUDY FRANCISCO AND THE POSSIBILITIES OF TONIGHT By Anthony Blacksher                                                                                                   Featured on SocioPoetix: http://sociopoetix.org/reflections/to...

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Posted on 02.20.18

Making Time To Write: Confessions from a Poet-Teacher...

news | by Karla Cordero

It’s official, 2018 has arrived and when it comes to thinking about New Year’s Resolutions some of us might pinky promise ourselves to, “WRITE MORE, READ MORE, DEDICATE MORE TIME TO MY CRAFT!” However, if you work in the field of education it can be quite the challengi...

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