Category Archives: Essays

What Frogger Can Tell Us About Reading Shakespeare…

 [A repost from my Shakespeare blog, "Shakescene"] I’ve found, in the course of more than a decade teaching Shakespeare, that AP Lit students still balk on occasion (more than) when it comes to consistently reading the textual notes. Some feel … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Ego or When to Self-Publish

The decision to self-publish, though it may seem like the harmless choice of an author continually, woefully rejected by agents, is not, in fact, an easy one to make. There is something – and I know you know this – … Continue reading

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