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WBB vs. Georgetown
Nov. 23, 02:00 pm
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Nov. 24, 07:00 pm
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Nov. 26, 06:00 pm
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Nov. 26, 08:00 pm
Volleyball vs. Oklahoma
Nov. 29, 12:00 pm

Write Here, Right Now

Graduate Research/Write-In

An intensive day of writing without distractions in a pleasant space conducive to clear thinking. Workshops and one-on-one sessions with a research librarian or writing consultant available.
November 09, 2013
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Watson Library, 4th floor
864-2399

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Do you have a quick writing question? Not sure how to cite a particular source in MLA, APA, or Chicago Style? Want to double-check correct semi-colon usage?  Ask a writing consultant

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On our minds lately: the idea that writing could be a telepathic connection between writer and reader. We’ve been musing on this since reading Elspeth Probyn’s “Writing Shame,” in which she invites us to think through Stephen King’s comments on writing. She notes that, “for King, the goal of writing is a telepathic connection between reader and writers, whereby the reader “catches” the writer’s interest. It’s what you’re trying to say to the reader, not how good you sound to yourself. It’s about recognizing what you’re trying to do to the reader and what writing does to the writer.” What do you think? (You’ll have to tell us; we’re not telepathic quite yet.) http://communicatingaffect.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/elspeth-probyn-writing-shame.pdf
For Stephen King, writes Elspeth Probyn, "the goal of writing is a telepathic connection between reader and writers." http://t.co/giUADXudt7
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