Bookish Links — July 2018

I was recently reminded of Youtuber Jen Campbell’s excellent series on the history of fairy tales. Here’s her latest one, on the history of “Snow White.” Another neat Youtube project I found recently is Blank Verse Films, a video series for readings by contemporary poets. You can check that out here. Nick Ripatrazone had aContinue reading “Bookish Links — July 2018”

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What Makes a Poem “Good”: a Completely Unbiased Investigation

If you’ve spent any amount of time around BookTube, you probably know already who Jen Campbell is. In case you don’t, she’s an author, poet, and book blogger based in the UK. Some weeks ago,Β she posted a videoΒ in which she posed this question to her viewers: “What makes a poem ‘good’?” It’s an interesting question,Continue reading “What Makes a Poem “Good”: a Completely Unbiased Investigation”

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