Let’s comment on essays by our ModPo friends
Below is a list, with links, of some essays written by your ModPo colleagues that have not yet received four responses. Please click on any that interest you and offer a comment! I am certain that the essayists will be grateful.
If you yourself submitted an essay, be sure to find it and click “Follow this post” so you are able to see and read the comments others offer. If you have trouble finding your own essay, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you gave it a unique title, it won’t be hard to find using the discussion forum searchbox.
I’ll be back tomorrow to talk a little about week 4 ahead. Of course week 4 does not begin until Sunday, so please by all means enjoy reading more week 3 poems and watching week 3 videos today and tomorrow. Then, even if you haven’t finished the previous weeks, please move on with us to week 4—Gertrude Stein, and the Baroness, and Dada!
Best wishes to you all from sunny and autumnally crisp Philadephia,
ESSAYS THAT NEED MORE RESPONSES:
Natalia on poetry as the key to freedom: LINK
Ashkan on the will to live: LINK
Jocelyn’s feminist reading: LINK
Martha on “No more have I”: LINK
Diana on Emily’s defiance: LINK
Decker on authority: LINK
Rita herself doesn’t like being shut up in prose: LINK
Kat on the cosmic Dickinson: LINK
Stephen says the goal of poetry is to create understanding: LINK
Lidia on “still”-ness: LINK