NWP iAnthology

Teachers connecting through writing and learning

We want to thank the Hudson Valley Writing Project for offering to pay the yearly fee to keep this site up and running. HVWP (and its partner, WMWP) views this site as a place to nurture teachers as writers.

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We want to welcome you to the iAnthology network, which we hope will become a second home for you as writers, teachers and as members of the National Writing Project.

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Jan Rog replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #301 Feeding Your Soul in the group Writing Into the Week
"Always a pleasure, Julie!"
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Julie Johnson replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #301 Feeding Your Soul in the group Writing Into the Week
"I agree that spending time with others who share the love of writing and creating is very…"
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Julie Johnson replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #301 Feeding Your Soul in the group Writing Into the Week
"What a lovely story!  I grew up in the country and live in the country now.  Can you…"
Tuesday
Jan Rog replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #301 Feeding Your Soul in the group Writing Into the Week
"This is the after picture of the garden Gk started and nurtured.  The blind people from next…"
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Jan Rog replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #301 Feeding Your Soul in the group Writing Into the Week
"Here is one more about gardening and community.  This is San Francisco, and the young man…"
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Jan Rog replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #301 Feeding Your Soul in the group Writing Into the Week
"I did not know all of the ways gardening is used for healing. Here is a very brief clip I found:…"
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Jan Rog replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #301 Feeding Your Soul in the group Writing Into the Week
"Hello, Karen, Where do you live now?  Where did you grow up?   I grew up in Kansas City,…"
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Karen Fasimpaur replied to Julie Johnson's discussion Prompt #301 Feeding Your Soul in the group Writing Into the Week
"What lovely stories of freedom and youth. (There's a novel in there if you haven't…"
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