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    Peng Du on absurdity and self-publishing chapbooks

    Talk about the process of self-publishing. What steps did you complete to get your manuscript ready?  I was going to release my book from a small press. They took my draft a few months ago and we lost connection after that, even they already told me they wanted to publish my book. But I did not want to wait because I am leaving this country at the beginning of next year right after I finish my master degree. My friend…

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    Wendy Oleson: The chapbook form beckons

    In Robert Talbert’s blog post on The Higher Chronicle “The Social Element of learning about effective teaching strategies,” he discusses the effectiveness of one-on-one interactions with those who use effective teaching…

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    DeMisty D. Bellinger on the melody of the line

    In her article, “‘Warming’ the Climate for Learning” Sandra Allen discusses the importance of the positive interactions between instructors and students. She explores three key areas to “warm” the learning climate,…

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    Geoffrey Gatza on Focused Smallness

    In a feature in Art Voice you talk about the “kooky energy” of being creative and the ways poets see the world a little differently. You also mention elsewhere a strong…

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    Todd Robinson on poesy

    In the February 2016 issue of The Writer’s Chronicle, in her essay “How to Give a Killer Reading” Christine Vines discusses great readings, such as a reading that “grabs hold of…

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    Rachel Trousdale on laughter and revelation

    You teach a wide variety of courses in poetry—lyric poetry, poetry writing, modern poetry, romantic poetry, 19th Century British poetry, and poetry workshops. When you teach, what do you teach about…