https://storify.com/deedifruscia/it-s-a-man-s-world-or-is-it Here is the link to my final project! A HUGE thank you to Chelsea and Professor Brown for taking the time to edit my project. It helped significantly knowing the next steps I needed to take for the final draft. So thank you, again! For the final digital platform reflection, I couldn't work it … Continue reading The Final Project!
What a semester! It's been a roller coaster ride of emotions and late night writing, but at the end of the day I have really appreciated what we've learned in this course. Literature can take shape in many different forms. Like video games! I never considered a video game to be a type of literature … Continue reading The Grand Finale
I came home after class and saw that my mom purchased a new cookbook and I thought it was pretty relevant to our discussion of Lara's project. Now, my mom uses Pinterest and other sites to look up new recipes, but she still decided to purchase this cookbook today. I was wondering if it is … Continue reading Cookbooks
I'm not going to lie - playing Tampon Run in public was a little worrying. I'm pretty sure the people at the table behind me think I have a weird taste in video games. BUT! I thoroughly enjoyed looking at both games. Tampon Run made me feel empowered (yay feminism!). The introduction was creative and … Continue reading Week 11 Games
Here's the link to my project on Storify; it's still a work in progress. https://storify.com/deedifruscia/it-s-a-man-s-world-or-is-it
ALSO. This is very important. I found butter sculptures when I went to the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto this weekend. I couldn't not share this with you guys. Enjoy ❤
The idea of sharing my writing has always been difficult for me. Writing is such a personal process, and receiving input or constructive criticisms felt like a judgement against myself, rather than my writing (wrong. So wrong). Reading Fitzpatrick's confessions about her writing process was relieving and refreshing. An author actually has the same writing … Continue reading Fitzpatrick and Authorship