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Have You Noticed Our Peer Review Badge?

After two years of publication, Writers Who Care has shifted from editorial review to blind, peer review for the majority of our posts.  We have made this shift for several reasons: We are a multi-authored, academic blog, and we strive to reach the highest integrity in academic publishing. We believe the best publications are collaborative,…

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Lessons on Writing from a Clueless Shopper

by Jonathan Bush I’m a pretty good teacher of writing, but I’ll freely admit that I am one of the world’s worst grocery shoppers. I am easily distracted. I often have an interest in unique and useless items, and I’m apt to buy things that are often close to what we need, rather than the…

Teaching Writing: What is Your Story?

By Erinn Bentley and Becky Snow “People learn to write by writing.”  At first glance, this statement seems simple. Yet anyone who has struggled with a writing task, suffered from a case of writer’s block, or tried to teach writing knows this statement is anything but simple.  “People learn to write by writing” is one…