Month: August 2020

Citations

Citations

Battle, Stafford L. “Afrofuturism.” African American Science Fiction, http://www.africanamericansciencefiction.com/AFROFuturism.html. Bly, Antonio T. “‘Pretends He Can Read’: Runaways and Literacy in Colonial America, 1730–1776.” Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, vol. 6, no. 2, 2008, pp. 261–294, doi:10.1353/eam.0.0004. Bryson, Donna. “After Decades of Dwarfs and Elves, 

Conclusion – Part Six

Conclusion – Part Six

By Kyra Brue During Dana’s final visits, the changes in Rufus continue to evolve. He deals with malaria, the loss of his father, the return of his once erratic but now calm mother, and the death of his “true love,” Alice. The deaths of the 

About me

About me

About me

Kyra Brue is a recent graduate of Kennesaw State University, receiving her BA in English, with a minor in Spanish. She currently volunteers at Bristol Hospice in Atlanta and is pursuing a Paralegal certificate at Emory Continuing Education. She most recently worked at KSU’s Writing Center as a Student Writing Assistant. Kyra is organized, hardworking, detail oriented, punctual, and proficient in writing and editing. She has experience writing and editing blogs, emails, flyers, and the Course catalog for KSU’s College of Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE), and has written several thought provoking essays throughout her college courses over the years.

Kyra really enjoyed the work that she did at the Writing Center, and hopes to be able to use the skills she learned there, and through other experiences, within the writing and editing sector. At the moment, she is looking for a job in writing, editing, or law. Her dream is to work in a major city like Atlanta, New York, or Washington DC, and to become a Paralegal for a major law firm.

Kyra also loves music, art, dogs, reading, and spending time with her friends and family in her free time.

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