April 14, 2008 Archives
You have already written several poems for this class. In a single word-processor file to be uploaded to Turnitin.com, compile a selection of works that demonstrate your ability to apply what you have learned about prosody, meter, language, and "showing." Call to my attention any specific effects you strove to achive.
You may include one poem that you consider "finished" -- that is, something that you wrote before this class, and something you aren't interested in revising. (Please mark that poem as such so I can respond to it appropriately.)
I'm not requiring you to wrote up a formal analysis of each poem you submit, but if you want to call attention to something you wrote, or a theme that defines your portfolio, please write a short statement.
You may arrange your portfolio to highlight your growth as a poet, or your ongoing struggles with a particular aspect of poetic form.
You are welcome to post your portfolio on your blog, but it's not required.
Greta Carroll on Portfolio 3: "If you believe in magic, come along with me" (fro
Tiffany Gilbert on Portfolio 3: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/TiffanyGilbert/2008/04/
Dennis G. Jerz on WB2-7: Presubmission Report: The slot should be open -- people are starting to
Jeanine O'Neal on WB2-7: Presubmission Report: P.S. I also don't see a section on Turnitin.com to
Jeanine O'Neal on WB2-7: Presubmission Report: I can't seem to find a consistent answer to my que
Kayley Dardano on Edson, Wit: The antineoplastic will inevitably affect some hea
Kayley Dardano on Edson, Wit: http://blogs.setonhill.edu/KayleyDardano/2008/04/e
Stephanie Wytovich on Edson, Wit: Go into this one with an open mind and an open hea
Jessie Farine on Edson, Wit: The deepest bit of dialogue ever. http://blogs.se