Recap & Welcome

Happy New Year!

For those of you that have been following my writing blog since its onset, thank you! For those of you who have joined my follower count more recently, welcome to my blog! I am currently a third year French/ English double major enrolled in Saint John’s University. This blog was originally intended to be a class project for a course I took in my second year at St. John’s entitled “American Women Writers”. This class required students to read published works by lesser known American females of color and discuss their literary importance through weekly blog posts. This WordPress site was my first time experimenting with online writing, but after the class ended I decided to come out of my comfort zone and instead use this blog to post all of my academic writing.

I have posted works from English, philosophy, theology and elective classes. They can be found ranging from short response journal- style writing to formal literary analyses and research papers. At the end of each post, you will find a Works Cited when applicable to the topic.

Unfortunately, due to the WordPress policy of a web domain being permanent after creation, this blog will continue to be named “American Women Writing for Women Writers”. However, as you scroll through less recent posts, you will find that my writing covers a broad spectrum of subjects and ideas.


In addition, you can also find my writing on two other sites:

The Odyssey Online

and a newly created site for an English Digital Studies course I am taking this semester


I always welcome any sharing of my writing, comments, inquiries or feedback.

Thanks for reading!

– W


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