Writing

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Hold Me Down

How the concept of feel is used to write songs

Corpse Crusaders

The Zombie in American Comics

Uncovering the undead stalking the panels of action/adventure and superhero comics

The Next Draft

Inspiring Craft Talks from the Rainier Writing Workshop

Essays inspiring readers to take an innovative approach to writing

Writing Recommendation Letters

The Discourse of Evaluation in Academic Settings

The first book-length guide to academic recommendation letters, supported by real-world examples

Millions of Suns

On Writing and Life

Invites all writers to share their own perspective

To Go Into the Words

A critical look at transcendence and a radical delight with language

The Violence of the Letter

Toward a Theory of Writing

The alphabet's devastating consequences for humanity

Thriving as a Graduate Writer

Principles, Strategies, and Habits for Effective Academic Writing

Develop writing strategies that will support you throughout your academic career

Becoming a Social Science Researcher

Quest and Context

The philosophical, sociological, and psychological dimensions of research

Supporting the Growth of Graduate Writers

A Film

Short scenes with real writers and writing consultants illustrate strategies for addressing common graduate writing issues
 

Going to the Tigers

Essays and Exhortations

The art of fiction, uncaged

A Braided Heart

Essays on Writing and Form

An accessible and personable guide to writing creative nonfiction

Writing Workflows

Beyond Word Processing

A study of how writing tools and the writing process shape each other

During the Dissertation

A Textual Mentor for Doctoral Students in the Process of Writing

Rhetorical Code Studies

Discovering Arguments in and around Code

An exploration of software code as meaningful communication through which amateur and professional software developers construct arguments—Winner of the 2017 DRC Book Prize!

Developing Writers in Higher Education

A Longitudinal Study

A comprehensive study offers new perspectives on college students’ writerly development across their undergraduate years

A Player and a Gentleman

The Diary of Harry Watkins, Nineteenth-Century U.S. American Actor

Recaptures antebellum history by tracing the journey of actor and prodigious journal-keeper Harry Watkins