DQ # 21

DQ # 21

Post the link to your reading by WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8 by 11:59 p.m., RESPOND BY FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 by 11:59 p.m.  Response to peers work: 3-4 sentences each.

DQ # 20

DQ # 20

1.Post your pantoum or villanelle by TUESDAY, APRIL 7 by 11:59 p.m., RESPOND BY THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 by 11:59 p.m.  Response to peers work: 3-4 sentences each.

DQ #19

DQ #19

***Optional*** Discussion Question: This one is not expected, but it might be fun. So then, interested in the work of former Maine Poet Laureate Wesley McNair? Here’s a chance to deepen your engagement.  Watch the Wesley McNair reading or take a look at the digital materials here from his reading at the Blaine House in Augusta.  What poem did you like and why?  What stuck out to you about the reading to you?

DQ # 18

DQ # 18

GROUP 3: Post your draft of your For the Sleepwalkers poem by Friday, August 3, 11:59p, using the Reader Response Format, respond to your peers by Sunday, August 5, 11:59p. Response to peers work: 3-4sentences each.

DQ #17

DQ #17

GROUP 2: Post your draft of Epiphany poem by Thursday, August 2, 11:59p, using the Reader Response Format, respond to your peers by Saturday, August 4, 11:59p. Response to peers work: 3-4sentences each.

DQ # 16

DQ # 16

GROUP 1: Post your draft of the What I Don’t Know poem assignment by Wednesday, August 1, 11:59p, and using the Reader Response Format respond to your peers by Friday, August 3, 11:59p. Response to peers work: 3-4 sentences each.

DQ # 15

DQ # 15

Please read William Stafford’s poem “Travelling Through the Dark”: Use the Reader Response Format to explain some or more of the following: What is it?; What did you like about it?; What questions it raised?

DQ # 14

DQ # 14

***Optional*** Discussion Question: This one is not expected, but it might be fun. So then, interested in the work of Sharon Olds? Here’s a chance to deepen your engagement.  Watch the Sharon Olds’s reading: What poem did you like and why?  What stuck out to you about the reading to you?  Did you get to the “Douche Bag Ode”?  Note: there’s nearly 20 min of introductions here—nothing really pejorative here, but poets and academics tend to like to talk…  Anyway,…

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DQ # 13

DQ # 13

GROUP 3: Post your draft of your Brag Poem by Friday, July 27, 11:59p, using the Reader Response Format, respond to your peers by Sunday, July 20, 11:59p. Response to peers work: 3-4sentences each.

DQ # 12

DQ # 12

GROUP 2: Post your draft of List Poem by Thursday, July 26, 11:59p, using the Reader Response Format, respond to your peers by Saturday, July 28, 11:59p. Response to peers work: 3-4sentences each.