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Guest Blog Series 6: Media Portrayal of Women and Self-Esteem

This is the sixth in a series of guest blogs ranging from short prose pieces to poetry composed for member, Chelsea Nabozny’s, high-school creative writing class. Nabozny explains, “Over the past eighteen weeks, I have been using my senior elective Creative Writing class as a space for students to explore ideas and issues that are … Continue reading

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Guest Blog Series 4: “Misunderstood Treasure”

This is the fourth  in a series of guest blogs ranging from short prose pieces to poetry composed for member, Chelsea Nabozny’s, high-school creative writing class. Nabozny explains, “Over the past eighteen weeks, I have been using my senior elective Creative Writing class as a space for students to explore ideas and issues that are … Continue reading

Guest Blog Series 1: “The Neglected Goddess”
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Guest Blog Series 1: “The Neglected Goddess”

This is the first piece in a series of guest blogs ranging from short prose pieces to poetry composed for member, Chelsea Nabozny’s, high-school creative writing class. Nabozny explains, “Over the past eighteen weeks, I have been using my senior elective Creative Writing class as a space for students to explore ideas and issues that … Continue reading

Conversation with Mollie Blackburn: 2013 Rewey Belle Inglis Award Winner
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Conversation with Mollie Blackburn: 2013 Rewey Belle Inglis Award Winner

Rewey Bette Inglis, who, in 1929, became the first woman president of the National Council of Teachers of English, was a visionary teacher, writer, and observer, and her extraordinary contributions continue to influence our profession. Each year WILLA presents the Rewey Belle Inglis Award to an outstanding woman in English and/or English education. Since its … Continue reading