2 thoughts on “Student Blogs for Modern American Literature”

  1. Just to let you know Sara, I really enjoyed this experience. I love to write blogs, but this project made me love it more. It was really fun making a miniseries. I normally don’t plan out my blogs that way. I just write them willy-nilly. But writing a miniseries forced me to plan out what I wanted to post. Still, blogs have a way of unleashing my creativity in a sort of sporadic way, so I had to account for that as well. The miniseries kind of grew up and out of what I originally planned it to be, but I think that’s a part of the nature of blogging.

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