TV Recaps Taught Me How to Write Criticism
They provided a blueprint by showing the critical apparatus in a container transparent enough that I could see the inner workings.
The X-Files FilesFrasier
West Wing Weekly Gilmore Girls Saved by the Bell90210
Office Ladies, The Office The Office
Mad Men Community.
New York MagazineGossip Girl
Office Ladies An Oral History of The Office The New Yorker
This is bad, but I like it
Office LadiesThe Office The Office
Joelle Kidd is a writer and editor who lives in a book-filled basement in Toronto. Her short fiction and essays have appeared in outlets such as The Walrus, This Magazine, and PRISM International. An MFA candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Guelph, she is currently working on her first novel. She is an editorial intern at Tin House books.
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