1. What is one sentence you would use to describe who you are and what you do? I am a writer (poetry, essay, and text-based visual mediums) and educator. 2. Did you take the GRE? If so, what was your experience studying for the GRE like? I did take the GRE, two long and aimless … Continue reading Grad School as a Forum for Experimentation
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