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Christina M Rau replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
"Enjoy yoga, Steph. I completed all (one) feedback for this week.  I think the momentum has slowed quite a bit for everyone.  I hope to read more from everyone eventually :) Thanks for the feedback, Steph, Judy, and Emily!"
yesterday
Steph Auteri replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
"Lord almighty, I haven't even written up a response to my own prompt yet. This week has been a lot. Which I expected, so. Perhaps later today? But I did put comments for Emily and Christina into the appropriate folders. And I'm off to yoga!"
Saturday
Judy Young replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
"Very beautiful and interesting description, Emily!"
Friday
Emily Smith replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
"Hi everyone, I just put a piece into the Dropbox! Emily"
Thursday
Judy Young replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
"Hi Everyone! Here is a tiny poem. Judy :) Happy 97th! Alice in hot pink! Stands so tall. Amazes all. Loves to watch children!"
Thursday
Emily Smith posted a blog post

Read About Our Spring Newport, Rhode Island Writing & Yoga Retreat

We had a blast in Newport, Rhode Island during our retreat there in early April! We were joined by award-winning and internationally-renowned authors such as Kathleen Spivack (fiction, poetry, nonfiction), …See More
Thursday
Emily Smith replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
"Christina,  The contrast of the gravel/outside with marble is striking. I love the line "pulls tight against a lung." Maybe as an alternative title you could name the emotion? The focus of the poem seems focused on more than just…"
Thursday
Judy Young replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
" Hi Christina, I am busy but very interested in and thinking about your poem.  Might 'Coiled' be an alternative title or does 'Wrapped' capture the meaning and tone better? Judy "
Thursday
Christina M Rau replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
"Uploaded to the dropbox.  All feedback welcome, but please make suggestions for the title.  Titles are my nemesis."
Apr 21
Judy Young replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
"Thanks, Steph!"
Apr 20
Emily Smith posted a blog post

Extended Deadline: Apply to the Granada, Spain Summer Writing Retreat By May 1

Join the Cambridge Writers’ Workshop on our summer writing retreat to Granada, Spain. Located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains in Andalucía, Granada is one of the gems of Spain and has inspired writers from Washington Irving to Salman Rushdie to Ali Smith. Indulge in delicious Andalucían cuisine and…See More
Apr 20
Christina M Rau replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
"I'm on it!"
Apr 20
Christina M Rau replied to Rita B.'s discussion Literary & Art Events
"If anyone is in the Long Island area this coming weekend, I'm participating in this panel discussion. How To Get Your Poetry Published Sunday, April 26 // 1-2:30pm Oceanside Library 30 Davison Avenue - Oceanside - NY 11572 Would you like to see…"
Apr 20
Saundra Norton replied to Emily Smith's discussion Week 2 (4/13/15) - Judy's Prompt
"Hope the Dennis/Norma/Stephen performance was a good one.  I would have love to see it.   Christina - full of sounds - "last echo of snowmelt'  and buds vibrating.  The line 'swift at a pitch at a…"
Apr 20
Emily Smith replied to Steph Auteri's discussion Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie
"Thanks for posting Steph!"
Apr 19
Steph Auteri posted a discussion

Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie

Okay y'all. I figured I'd upload the prompt tonight, because I know tomorrow is gonna get away from me pretty quickly. This week, I was thinking we could focus on emotion. So when you're ready to write, sit still for a few minutes, perhaps close your eyes, and pinpoint an emotion that, at some point in the past week, consumed you. Remember how it felt in your mind, in your body. Then, write:a. a poem that evokes that emotion, using all of the senses, orb. a piece of prose: a scene in which you…See More
Apr 19
 

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Week 3 Prompt from Stephanie 11 Replies

Started by Steph Auteri. Last reply by Christina M Rau yesterday.

Literary & Art Events 9 Replies

Started by Rita B.. Last reply by Christina M Rau Apr 20.

Week 2 (4/13/15) - Judy's Prompt 20 Replies

Started by Emily Smith. Last reply by Saundra Norton Apr 20.

First Prompt from Saundra 70 Replies

Started by Diana Norma, co-director. Last reply by Emily Smith Apr 16.

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