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Buying a kitten, staying up long, not drinking: Top 10 author hints for writing | Literature
Last year Helen Gordon and I compiled a compilation of thoughts, advice and essay articles from some of our favorite writers on the writing industry, from the times of Samuel Johnson and Grub Street to the era of Silicon Roundabout and Lorrie Moore.
During the research of the work it quickly became clear that there is no right way to write cobrasively. On the other hand, it also became clear that in addition to this whole diversity of approaches, there are certain shared thoughts and suggestions of many authors. These three words will be known to everyone who has been in a 21th grade of creativity.
Therefore, our textbook contains a number of writing hints, which range from the strictly pragmatic to the wonderfully unconventional. These are just a few of our favorite hints that any prospective author should take to his or her hearts. Its a literate by Travis Elborough and Helen Gordon is publicized by Frances Lincoln, cost £15.
We' ve asked a number of scientists who have made a significant input to socio-scientific writing to create a brief play (500 to 1,500 words) in which they explain their own thoughts on the writing world. Scientists from different socio-scientific fields are sharing their thoughts, emotions, gems of knowledge, stories, theoretical considerations and much more, which could give the later Ph. D. students insights and inspirations.
We' ve compiled a shortlist of scholarship holders who contribute their insight into writing, but why not let us know who you'd like to see filming by e-mail. Lady Professor Marilyn Strathern from the University of Cambridge with the play "Outside desk-work", in which she thinks about her own answer to the handling of the "data-theoretical gap".
Professor of Medical Anthropology and Intercultural Psychiatry at Harvard University, looking for a voice. University of Essex Professor Emeritus of Sociology Ken Plummer wrote "About Pragmatism and Poetics". University of Oregon Emeritus Professor of Anthropology Harry F. Wolcott, with'A Shortnote on Writing'.
AIan Walker, Professor of Social Policy and Social Gerontology, University of Sheffield,'On Writing' Jaber Gubrium, Professor of Sociology, University of Missouri-Columbia, with'Curbing Self-Referential Writing'. With''A few words about writing''. Patric Sullivan, Professeur au National Centre for Indigenous Studies, Australian National University, mit dem Titel "Writing With Your Head in Your Hands".
Harvey Molotch, Professeur für Sozialanthropologie an der University of Aberdeen, mit'In defense of handwriting', Professeur für Sozial- und Kulturanalyse, New York University, mit'How to schreiben' Roy Wagner, Professeur für Anthropologie, Virginia University, mit'Depersonalizing the Digression' Catherine Finer Jones, Professeur émérite für Sozialpolitik an der Birmingham University, UK, mit'Writing about writing', mit'Writing about writing'.