My first weekend of college it poured. In typical New England fashion, the skies opened and the rain came down in the warm summer darkness. Refusing to let the weather ruin our weekend, we donned trash bags and went outside to dance in the rain and go sledding in the mud. The first weekend of… More Graduating in Poetic Form
During these past two semesters, I have worked as an intern in the archives at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, first blogging for the SideStream section of the Fresh Pickin’s blog and, more recently, writing biographies for the finding aids. As an intern I have had the privilege of being mentored by Melissa Watterworth… More Interview with Melissa Watterworth Batt (2012)
Earlier this semester I was fortunate enough to sit down with Shara McCallum, UConn’s Aetna Writer-in-Residence for the spring, and have her review my work. As anybody who had the opportunity to talk to Shara while she was on campus can attest to, she was incredibly lovely and warm, and our workshop together was no… More Where are the Female Poets?