I’m still trying to organize this site, and move over files from DigitalMedievalist.
In the meantime, the things people mostly seem to be looking for are a piece I wrote for April Fools Day on “How Text Can be Written By One.”
You can also find short discussions of the phrases “purple prose” and “murder your darlings.” There’s a very brief handout on rhetorical figures here, and a survey of English seventeenth century prose styles here.
I’m converting some of my handouts and teaching materials about writing in the digital realm, and writing at work. You can find my own online writing portfolio here, and some of my published scholarly writing here.
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