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The professor from College of Menominee Nation explains how art and culture require more than a digital connection.
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As writers, we seek to capture a moment before it passes. In no genre is this more important than when we’re writing autobiographically.
Poetry is power, and today the absence of confining genre rules means we’re living in a time of poetic freedom that’s unlike any other.