Review Comment

Poetic Forms

January 16, 2006

Green, Joshua Silver_nugget
Poetic Forms

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I really liked Josh Green's class. Though initially I was annoyed at being asked to write poetry in forms I didn't usually use, many of these exercises turned out to be helpful and stretched my poetic range by getting me to try new things. Josh is a really cool guy, and has a laid back yet subtly humorous way about him. Also, he looks like a poet. The only thing I didn't like about the class was how much work there was...there are a lot more things to do each week than in a normal poetry class, and it's easy to fall behind when postings are due sunday night.

Workload:

A few readings and a courseworks posting each week (due SUNDAY NIGHT), a poem a week, a letter to one of your classmates each week.

Directory Data

Dept/Subj Directory Course Professor Year Semester Time Section
WRIT / WRIT WRIT WRIT W3062: Free Verse and Poetic Forms Joshua Green 2006 Fall M / 5:10- 7:00 PM 2
WRIT / WRIT WRIT WRIT W3062: Free Verse and Poetic Forms Emily Fragos 2006 Fall R / 7:10- 9:00 PM 1
WRIT / WRIT WRIT WRIT W3062: Free Verse and Poetic Forms Emily Fragos 2004 Fall R / 7:10- 9:00 PM 1
WRIT / WRIT WRIT WRIT W3062: Free Verse and Poetic Forms Joshua Green 2004 Fall M / 7:10- 9:00 PM 2
WRIT / WRIT WRIT WRIT W3062: Free Verse and Poetic Forms Joshua Green 2003 Fall M / 7:10- 9:00 PM 2
WRIT / WRIT WRIT WRIT W3062: Free Verse and Poetic Forms Emily Fragos 2003 Fall R / 7:10- 9:00 PM 1