I took the micro-version of Call and Response at Write-O-Rama and wanted to follow up with an interesting twist. As you may have noticed, my right hand was smashed up and so I haven’t been physically writing very much. Today I had the opportunity to finally open up some work from October and found that the entire process of Po-Jacking works very well as a revision tool. Especially when dusting off particularly old material. Thanks!
I did wonder how you were managing to work all day with an injured hand… (and I hope it’s healed now). I’m glad you’re finding po-jacking useful for revision, too! I still think the best thing about is the way that it shifts my focus.
Elizabeth, thank you for keeping your teaching info up to date. I’m quite interested in your call-and-response poetry session but haven’t hit upon a date yet that I can attend. I was hoping for a day trip to Lopez this weekend, but no luck. I’ll keep watch for further notices.
Elizabeth, I just read “This Morning” on Susan Rich’s blog. Everyone should know this poem. It’s so beautiful. I am grateful to you for the phrase “the church of window, pen, and morning.” Yes, yes, yes.