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Reading a short story a day

So I wanted to read a short story every day after watching “On Writing Horror 2: Creating a Schedule.” I’ve read one short story every other day. It’s a start. One from a literary magazine and the other from a collection I’ve been meaning to read. Friday I received my Kindle Fire in the mail. …

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First Day of Classes

The first day of my final semester at Bowling Green went well. I did better on the pop quiz of international trivia than I expected (six out of ten). Check out these quizzes and see how you do: http://iew.state.gov/quiz.cfm. As for contemporary fiction, we started reading “In the Heart of the Heart of the Country” …

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Spring Semester Texts

The Spring 2012 semester I will be taking the following classes: Contemporary Fiction, Senior BFA Thesis Workshop, Introduction to Folklore and Folklife, and Perspectives on International Media. These classes collectively complete my undergraduate career. I’ll need the following textbooks, which I will most likely share with you: Perspectives on International Media Little Bunch of Madmen: Elements …

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