Psychoanalytic Criticism: The Use of Force by William Carlos Williams

The Use of Force When it comes to literature, there are many critical theories we can use to gain an understanding of the texts we read. It also depends on what perspective we would like to glean that understanding. Applying Psychoanalytic Criticism to a text is one way of understanding the psyche of the author... Continue Reading →

Special Note

Special Note: Due to a major hurricane that hit Florida this September and the fact that I am still attending online college courses that take up a great portion of my time I haven't posted according to schedule. Though I do try to keep a schedule, I know it is mostly "miss" than "hit." I... Continue Reading →

The Writer’s Dialogue

  Writers are unique in the world. Every writer has a special voice and style that is specific to them. An author's style and voice are as unique as their fingerprints. No matter what genre you prefer to write you still need an ear that is not your own to bounce ideas against. The "what... Continue Reading →

The Audience

We all want an audience for what we choose to write. Finding that audience is not as easy as you would think. I'm at a real conundrum in my writing. I love to write personal narratives, poetry, and fiction. I like to write fictional stories which usually include dragons. I have written plenty of short... Continue Reading →

Mimic the Masters

We're often told that to be a better writer we should read. We should read, read, and read some more. We're also told we should write every day. I've recently read several articles explaining how to find the time to write--for even a mere thirty minutes per day. As a student of online education, I... Continue Reading →

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