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Creative Writing

Write What You Know

I’ve recently started writing a new historical novel, which means wallowing in research of Anglo-Saxon Britain circa the 7th century CE, and my experience so far has brought to the surface some realizations that I’m sharing with both my rhetoric and creative-writing students.

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The Memory Box

In my Composing the Self class, we are exploring the genre of memoir and the rhetorical frames that we create when writing about memory. The power of the memoir lies in its ability to create vivid moments of identification, those experiences, scenes, and choices that readers can connect to their own lives, or imagine themselves … Continue reading »

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