By Em Tielman
Auto-Theory is a contemporary form of writing said to blend critical theories with personal [embodied] experience. Think of the fiction workshop adage “write what you know” amended to “write what you directly sense with what you suspect to be true” and you may begin to conceive of how this blending occurs.
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by Patti Jeane Pangborn
I have always been drawn to works of literature that deal with some aspect of spirituality, such as writings about religious figures, sacred spaces, mystical symbols, or writings that feature a character’s relationship to their spiritual beliefs. Continue reading “Spiritual Expression Through the Persona Poem”