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Writers Reading 2015 – A great Fall lineup!

Literary A-Listers Featured in 2015 Writers Reading Series at Trent University [reposted from Trent University’s “News” for 14 Sept. 2015] Big names and award winning authors share adventures in literature as part of weekly series at Traill College Move over TIFF! Trent University is also rolling out the red carpet this fall to bring some […]

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That’s a Wrap…

After reading over 500 pages a week, knocking off 6000 word essays like it’s my job, grading papers until I have nightmares about grammatical errors, and spending a small fortune in coffee at the Trend – I can’t believe the Public Texts program my time at Trent is just about over. So I figured for […]

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Back In Business

Long time, no see, kids… After a wicked good summer — complete with some intense thesis writing and a road trip to the beautiful East Coast of Canada — I’m back again as the editor and writer of “Don’t Panic.”  This time around we will have a few more guest writers and (hopefully) more interviews, […]

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Jobs for Master’s Students??

Well, we all need them.   This post will keep you posted on any upcoming jobs for Master’s students.  Keep checking, as I will list them as they come!! Posted on Jezebel Feb 21 – So You Wanna Be Jezebel.com Intern? Check it out!

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2012, The Zombie Apocalypse, and/or A Vampire Invasion

I am trying to figure out which one is more likely to occur.  Regardless, I find it very fitting that the world is predicted to end just as I am finishing up my first semester of grad school.  Quite fitting, both in a literal and a figurative sense. I have been planning a little, though, […]

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The Best Writing Tool Ever

It’s that time of year, when grad students everywhere force themselves to vomit the contents of their brain onto paper in the most eloquent and intelligent way possible. If you’re like me, this process is painful, tedious, and more often than not soul-crushing. Don’t get me wrong, when the paper is done there IS that […]

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