On Thursday, let's gather to get some feedback on your items for our Prepper's Bazaar. This means you should have a draft of your two catalog items in google docs to share with your Book Club comrades.
as your catalog shoppers may not have read or seen all the narratives that you have. Pitch your item entry toward somebody who doesn't know all the details of the narratives. (It's probably not a bad idea to link text in your catalog entries to the books or movies you are drawing on for your items.)
have some fun - - creativity and humor are encouraged
proofread! The two strike rule applies - - and if you strikeout, I can't publish your catalog items.
you should send the links to your catalog items to me by Tuesday, December 17.
NB: If you still have reviews that still haven't been published, edit accordingly and alert me to the final status of your review. If you've already edited but still haven't had the review published, send me an email. And, if you feel that the workload has not been evenly distributed in your movie club, do let me know.
I've had a lot of fun this semester and learned a lot from you. Don't be a stranger. And, enjoy your winter recessing!
Let's finish reading and talking about Emily St. John Mandel's Station Eleven. As you read through the end of the novel, think about a couple of questions: why is the book titled "Station Eleven"? why is Arthur Leander one of our central characters?