Tag: Pandemic

An Excerpt from Daniel DeFoe

…it was a most surprising thing to see those streets which were usually so thronged now grown desolate… —Daniel DeFoe, A Journal of the Plague Year (read an excerpt on Meta/ Phor(e) /Play

At the Beginning of a Pandemic … your next Wednesday Writing Prompt, hosted this week by Michael Dickel — THE POET BY DAY

“…the ailing body points to culture, pain points to philosophy, language points to consciousness, and all point to what is still to be learned about our fragility, our mortality, and how to live a meaningful life.” Ann Jurecic, Illness as Narrative (Composition, Literacy, and Culture), p. 131 […] Read […]