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Leaf Seligman’s Writing Prompts

Leaf Seligman recently appeared on New Hampshire Public Radio’s Word of Mouth. Her podcast “Prompt and Circumstance” is part of the summer 2016 series “Bookish: a Celebration of Books.” Leaf discusses her wonderful book A Pocket Book of Prompts.  

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Writing as a Means of Becoming: “Religion, Secularism, and the Pursuit of Justice”

Thinking and Writing begins in the idea that writing matters. Robert Daniel Rubin, a professor of American Studies, believes that the practice of writing brings order to a young person’s life—helping them to understand the world in all its diversity … Continue reading

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The Life of a Writer

The students who enroll in Thinking and Writing do not often know much about the life of a writer; and, for the most part, students do not know much about the writer teaching their class. The opportunity for first-year students … Continue reading

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