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Prof K. Mae's Reflections on Writing, Teaching, and Reading

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January 12, 2018

New Year's Day may just be my favorite holiday (sorry, Halloween). Maybe it always has been. I remember one New Year as a child, sitting in my grandparent's lakeside home, sipping warm tea out of a porcelain cup, wearing one of my fanciest dresses an...

November 17, 2017

Part of my job that I truly, truly love is advising first and second year students in our Writing & Literature major and helping them carve out a path through the university that will help them achieve their goals. For many of them, one of those goal...

October 20, 2017

My daughter just turned one year old. As a part of the celebration/coping process, I packed away many of the baby items that we just won't need anymore, like bottles, cloth bibs, all the pajamas she's outgrown, and those jangly car seat toys. In the...

August 26, 2017

I've been teaching writing for almost a decade now. By my best estimate, I've taught 25 different courses on writing. I've taught thousands of students ranging from first-years to graduate students, students attending college in their hometowns to in...

August 20, 2017

Like many others, I was devastated by the results of the 2016 Presidential election. Especially in the months leading up to the inauguration, I felt helpless, especially since I was at home with a newborn rather than on campus. I decided that the bes...

March 2, 2017

In Hawaii Review #85, I am proud to have a short story, "Dune Shack, Cape Cod, 1973," published alongside so many other interesting, elegant pieces of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. 

This story was yet another piece that lie dormant in my files for...

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