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As the 19-20 school year begins for many of us, I wanted to again share the poetry resources that have been curated on the National Poetry Month Wakelet (which is for all year long). This is the link to the home page #TeachLivingPoets
This is the link to the collection of poems that poets teach (and I may need to update it) #TeachLivingPoets
This is the direct link to the Wakelet collection of resources that are also hyperlinked in my review of Eve Ewing's 1919 on the #TeachLivingPoets website
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2018: My Year of Reading. A thread that follows my reading journey from January to December. Every book I've read with a 280 character review. Tagged a few folks who influence the shape of my literary life šŸ“š #THEBOOKCHAT #DisruptTexts #TeachLivingPoets šŸ“š
1. Never Let Me Go; Kazuo Ishiguro: A supremely crafted narrative begins unassumingly, but quickly reveals a different notion of childhood innocence and coming of age. The conversational tone fooled me into thinking I was walking into a world I understood. Nobel worthy.
2. We Should All Be Feminists; Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: As an author who breathes eloquence, Adichie doesn't disappoint. This short book/long essay is insightful and logical and human. If we want to raise boys without the toxic masculinity, this is on the required reading list.
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