Open Networked Seminar at Kean University

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Oops I forgot to blog last week….

So here’s catching up. Last week, I wrote a portion of my Methods section and sent it to Alan, who gave me helpful feedback. I haven’t updated it yet because I’ve been working on other stuff (see next blog). But anyway, here’s a link to the Methods sec…


i took a little break from writing poems this past weekend, since i went back to my undergrad to visit my boyfriend for our one year! it was a nice little visit, but it’s not to say i completely forgot about my other boy, Ginsberg. i talked to my old professor about my thesis (again) …

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Now the Real Work Begins

Photo: Twitter @JarredamatoThese books are my inspiration. Now, I have to admit that I haven’t read all of them. In fact, I’ve only read two of them and yet, I have all of them in my collection. Sitting on top of my bookshelf staring at me, p…


The TV show This Is Us got me again.  I can’t believe how many many parallels there are between its storyline and my thesis project.  It’s been an inspiration.   ****Spoiler Alert for any fans who may have missed the episode after the Superbowl*** The audience was led to believe a certain young foster child […]

Triumphant Return

Hello, and thank you, to everyone who has shown an interest in my research!  I’m back, and I owe you all an apology for falling off the face of the Earth a few months ago.  I had some major health issues last semester that forced me to take a medical leave of absence, which I’ll … Continue reading Triumphant Return

let me tell you a story.

So what had happened was… I walk into my town’s Starbucks, and I set my bag and coat down to reserve myself a table. It was cold that night, so I grabbed myself a chai tea latte so that I wouldn’t be sitting in this establishment without purchasing anything… because that would be awkward. When […]

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It All Started With a Book

The Road to Misunderstood Last year in one of Dr. Zamora’s class fellow grad student Richonda told me about a book called The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas and it changed my life. Now, I’ve always been an avid reader. And since I’ve become a middle …

How does my story end?

How does my story end? I wondered as I sat down for a writing session. Hmmmm…..and, When does my story end?  For me, the ending may actually be the beginning.  Playing with the idea of reverse chronology had me thinking about how far into the future I should explore. Would I be conversing with my […]

what even is a poet, anyway?

Howdy! It has been a long while since I have signed on here, but the new semester has started and I am slowly getting myself back into the swing of everything. I am little late with this post, but it’s okay. Coming back into the semester, my seminar group was asked what we had been […]

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