Tag: Guest Post

  • The Origins of the Burris Writing Center

    By Dr. Susanna Benko, Associate Professor of English, Director of Indiana Writing Project, & Director of Teacher Education for the College of Sciences & Humanities, and Dr. Jackie Grutsch McKinney, Professor of English & Writing Center Director We teach and research about writing — writing pedagogy, writing centers, writing policy — but our interests in writing […]

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  • The Indiana Writers Center

    Dr. Darolyn “Lyn” Jones, Assistant Teaching Professor, English Department; Education Outreach Director, Indiana Writers Center Alongside teaching incredible students in my home department at Ball State University, I also serve as the Education Outreach Director for the Indiana Writers Center.  There, we have been formally lifting up underserved young voices in Indianapolis for 11 years […]

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  • A Flash Non-Fiction about Creative Writing

    Creative Writing major Cecelia Westbrook describes how she found the right form. When I declared my Creative Writing major in the fall of 2014, I considered myself a poet and nothing but a poet. As an incoming freshman, I didn’t have much experience under my pencil. I had taken one creative writing class in high school, […]

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