Last weekend I spent time on Howard’s campus workshopping poetry and learning from Jericho Brown. Along with the poetry workshop, fiction and nonfiction writers were also there to work on their craft for a weekend organized by the Hurston/Wright Foundation. In one of his lectures, Jericho talked about identity, more specifically, identifying as a poet …
Listen to some of my thoughts on these three books.
It’s a bit late in February (sorta) to be placing holds with the expectation of being at the top of the list, but I find that the one drawback to placing holds early is that you often don’t get a chance to renew the books if you need more time to complete them. Check out …
I’m reading The Tradition by Jericho Brown and it is definitely a book you want read in April. Listen to some of my opinions on Anchor. Side-note: I’d love arcs of the other four poetry books in my top five. Just putting it out there.
If you have Netflix, I’m sure you’ve seen Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. It inspired me to take a look at my bookshelves and evaluate which books “spark joy” and which ones don’t.
Hello! I finished placing all my holds for books published in February. I have the list below, but if you prefer video, click on this link for the YouTube version.
Remember a few years ago when I came up with this idea? Me either, but I did a search and found it anyway. Decided to give it another try here.