Scholarly writing and how to get it done. / And a workshop for my own ideas, scholarly and poetic
Analogous to nervous cluelessness is something we might call “anxious gatekeeping.” This is desire to police the borders of poetry, or of...
There was one week when I didn't check in, and that was a completely wasted week. I just flailed around like a headless chicken, trying to decide what I needed to be doing and never doing anything useful.That made me realize that checking in was important to me.
Yes, I remember when you said that. It was funny because you are the usually the most disciplined member of the group. It is important to check in even if you don't feel like it or haven't met the goal. It's an extraordinarily simple way to keep focused. I'm surprised that people have dropped away during the summer. That's the best time to write.
Hi Jonathan --I'm not sure what happened with my account. I can log on and write but am unable to publish. I have drafts from the past two weeks in the queue which is helpful but there something about seeing in on the blog...
I've published those two posts for you. If you want I can eliminate you and then invite you back. That might fix the problem.
I've kicked you out and sent a second invitation. If you accept that you should be able to publish. Again. After accepting Nazca I'm still looking for two more.
Post a Comment