Eunoia Review


My peers were perplexed by the pervertedness. The strengths and strengthlessnesses est  entrenched deep. The beefy legend beseeched feeling.  The themes emerged – demented sex, lewdness.  Encrypted were endless belle tweets, velvet cheeky verses.  The messenger went sleepless, cheerless weekends, wrestling werds.  He blended berserk energy. The end delved deep – dysentery emerged.  He encysts the term – “belles pensées” est le sens.




ACME Review Collage


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Works from which this came:

Article on Our Generation–The Generational, Spring 2012

Prospectus on Final Article–The Generational, Spring 2012

Final Article (Sylvia Plath)–The Generational, Spring 2012

Close Reading: Paul’s Case–American Lives, Changing Contexts, Spring 2011

Final Article (Paul’s Case)–American Lives, Changing Contexts, Spring 2011

Final Article (Gustave Flaubert)–The Craft of the Short Story, Fall 2011

Close Reading: Auden–The Generational, Spring 2012

Sylvia Plath Annotated Bibliography–The Generational, Spring 2012




Collage Review of Ware’s Acme Novelty Library

I honestly don’t know what to make of this.


For starters/ I’ve read through this/ collection/ multiple times,/ and/ while/ characters are written well/ contrary to almost all of the other/ stories/ I/ hesitate/ to/ give an impression/that/ is clarified beyond all reasonable doubt./


While a large majority/ of/ the book speaks/ as though/ it/ has/ characters that the reader should not take very seriously/. The worlds and characters that had been set up in these comics/ are/ actively trying to force the reader to encounter/ an eclectic mix of comic stories/ to the / point/ of it /becoming/ unreadable/ pulp.




Papers Used: “Role Models for Children” for English 220, “Assignment #2” for First Year Seminar, “Critique of ‘Tress Gets Tangled” by Tori Eberle” for Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction, “The Female Culture in Persepolis” for First Year Seminar, “The Reasons of Love: Husbands, Wives, and Lovers in the Lais of Marie de France” for English 350: Marie de France, “Justice as a Microcosm: How the Trials in Lanval, The Knight with the Lion, and The Romance of Tristan and Iseult Help Display the Lessons of Their Works” for English 350: Marie de France, “Sudden Silence” for First Year Seminar, “Critique of ‘Tiptoe Through the Tulips’ by Crystal Morter” for Creative Writing: Poetry and Fiction, “Script for Podcast” for 20th Century Art History of China, “Defending Choices” for First Year Seminar.