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Creativity Under Limitations: Art Talk With Maida Jaspersen By Libby Kassuelke

Creativity Under Limitations: Art Talk With Maida Jaspersen By Libby Kassuelke

On Monday, October 4th I was working in the Writing Center covering a shift for Maida Jaspersen while she attended the annual Red Eye Film Festival for which she collaborated on the creation of a film. Since I was working for her and was therefore […]

14 Questions With Inkwell: Snow Queen

14 Questions With Inkwell: Snow Queen

Inkwell contributors Jenna Wahl and Libby Kassuelke recently had the opportunity to interview the women at work behind the scenes of the fast-approaching Bethany production, The Snow Queen. Emily Kimball and Maren Boucher take a walk through the set and behind the scenes as they […]

Wild Geese and Soft Mornings: A Poetry Analysis by Libby Kassuelke

Wild Geese and Soft Mornings: A Poetry Analysis by Libby Kassuelke

Between bites of very-late-night tepid ramen, in an attempt to escape my never-ending internal to-do list, I’ve been reading a lot of Mary Oliver’s poetry. Her work is a comfort object akin to warm milk, and I prefer my belly to be full of it. […]

Thinking on Paper: Where I Sit on Netflix’s “The Chair” by Libby Kassuelke

Thinking on Paper: Where I Sit on Netflix’s “The Chair” by Libby Kassuelke

Sandra Oh, Nana Mensah, and Holland Taylor in The Chair. Eliza Morse/Netflix The Chair, Netflix’s new original TV drama-comedy, has been a topic of debate since its recent August release. The show centers around Dr. Ji-Yoon Kim (played by Sandra Oh) the newly established chair of the […]