Providing a brief chronological history and review of three Margaret Atwood’s poetry collections, Kseniya Lukiy discusses Atwood’s progression as well as her most recent 2020 release.
Introducing a theory that relates to language, power, and the origin of writing, Kseniya Lukiy recalls a distant memory of her childhood she never understood why she remembered.
Dismantling the concept of writer’s block before offering personal advice and techniques on how to combat it, Kseniya Lukiy discusses the frustrating phenomenon amongst writers and how to prevent it.
Discussing the relationship between a writer and their work during the age of social media, Sylvia Hodges explains the merits of “bookstagram” as well as her personal anecdotal experiences.
As probing as it is academic, Jacob Largen’s essay on the academic merit of canon literature vis-à-vis contemporary writing claws at the fabric of classical English education.