Episode 1: This is an Intervention. Even if you’re (sort of) making your deadlines, your work schedule might be out of balance.
Too many academic writers come to believe the lie they tell themselves — that their work is not good enough.
A new essay collection on "what editors do" is an essential read for anyone who hopes to get published.
But I am ready to ask students to do more self-assessments, and to give their "grading" as much weight as mine.
"There’s deep pleasure in working on your chops, and deep reward in being part of a community of inquiry with students who are working on theirs."
How to use movie trailers, social media, and other nontraditional forms of rhetoric to improve student writing.
No, doing a little outlining or editing during your "writing time" does not count as writing.
Just follow the writing rules, kid, and there won’t be any trouble.
The mother of lesbian history says, "For me, my writing has been my activism."
We need to move toward a culture in which the quality of research remains excellent and the writing is also readable.
Students try harder, and learn more, when your grading includes rewards, rather than just punishments.
Be brave enough to put your ideas into the world unadorned by all the bad habits you picked up in grad school.
To get published now, your book must be well-written. So why are new faculty members still producing deadly dull monographs?
A new book seeks to help instructors design a meaningful writing assignment.
Maybe it’s your own generational bias that is getting in the way of appreciating today’s undergraduates.