Tag Archives: Upper Peninsula Writing Project

What My Mother Taught Me About Shakespeare (Amy)

“The cathexis between mother and daughter—essential, distorted misused — is the great unwritten story. Probably there is nothing in human nature more resonant with charges than the flow of energy between two biologically alike bodies, one which has lain in … Continue reading

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NWP = Magical Kingdom

  Guest Post by Jan Sabin, Site Director Upper Peninsula Writing Project   Please don’t ever make me sing the rainbow song!  That was a statement I made years ago at my first National Writing Project conference. I was a … Continue reading

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We Were Pushed ~ Hamy’s Digital Literacy Journey (Amy)

“As writing has changed with computer-mediated, networked environments, so too have our conceptions about what it means to be literate.” ~Troy Hicks (The Digital Writing Workshop 2009)  I had an interesting conversation with my father a couple of weeks ago.  … Continue reading

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