Oh glorious day! The typewriter works! Now to find whiteout!

pccenglish:

English 5A students Torrie Mills, Danny Bergman, and Leon Ho write a communal poem. Join us on Thursday April 24 from 12-1 in the amphitheater to write your own magnetic poem, read at the open mic, and more! pccenglish:

English 5A students Torrie Mills, Danny Bergman, and Leon Ho write a communal poem. Join us on Thursday April 24 from 12-1 in the amphitheater to write your own magnetic poem, read at the open mic, and more!

pccenglish:

English 5A students Torrie Mills, Danny Bergman, and Leon Ho write a communal poem. Join us on Thursday April 24 from 12-1 in the amphitheater to write your own magnetic poem, read at the open mic, and more!

Found a typewriter that turns on! I’m hoping to use it for our #poetry event at PCC. I ordered ribbon and a roll of paper that hopefully will arrive on Wednesday. Participants will write a communal poem. That is, if it works! #crossingfingers

Leaving these tomorrow at PCC. #rockthedrop Will you be the one to find them?

Fun night @skylightbooks for NOGGIN release party. Congrats @corey_whaley I loved reading it! And now I have giant arms!

yareviewnetwork:

heyteenbookshey:

why aren’t any of the books I have to read for college YA novels

I always wanted to take a YA class in college. My school offered one but it was on the other campus, which was too far away for me. I think it was a hybrid course - in class and online. I would of taken it if it was solely online.

It would be fascinating to analyze YA in an academic setting. I have a yearning to do that.

~ Lourdes

“Give a kid a book, and you change the world. In a way, even the universe.”

In the third episode of his Cosmos series, Neil deGrasse Tyson echoes Carl Sagan even down to the timeless sentiment about books.

For good measure, complement with Maurice Sendak’s little-known and lovely posters on the joy of reading.

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Or give yourself one!

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eternitywaltz:

So Batman and Superman have thirteen live-action adaptations between them and Wonder Woman has only one? I call bullshit.

Hey, Warner Bros.! Making a Wonder Woman movie isn’t difficult. Bottom line, you’re not trying hard enough.

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