ONE: Orienting On Habits On Unlearning On a Space of Your Own
TWO: Paying Attention On Learning to See On Looking and Looking Again On Paying Attention to Words
THREE: Questioning On Asking Good Questions On Writing to a Question On Question-Driven Writing
FOUR: Exploring On Going Down the Rabbit Hole On Creative Reading On Choosing Your Own Adventure
FIVE: Connecting On the Three Most Important Words in the English Language On Joining the Conversation On Working with the Words of Others
SIX: Reflecting On Seeing as a Writer On Reading as a Writer On Reading in Slow Motion
SEVEN: Persisting On Encountering Difficulty On Learning from Failure On Thinking Unthinkable Thoughts
EIGHT: Rethinking On Letting Go of Writing-by-Formula On Structure On Revising
NINE: Wondering On Argument as Journey On Imagining Alternatives On Complexity
TEN: Playing On Laughter On Bending Conventions On the Joys of Pseudonymous Writing
Readings Frederick Douglass, The Woman’s Cause Eula Biss, Excerpt from On Immunity: An Inoculation Cathy Park Hong, Bad English Andrew Leland, DeafBlind Communities May Be Creating a New Language of Touch Jia Tolentino, Can Motherhood Be a Form of Rebellion? Jesmyn Ward, Cracking the Code
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