About this Event
According to presenter Dr. Michael Murphy, we're often told to "be original," to "write what you know," and especially to "write in your own voice." But people learn much about how to write from models -- pieces of writing they find compelling. This workshop will explore how to find and use rhetorical models in your writing. Please bring a short passage of four to eight lines you find powerful or well-crafted from a writer you'd like to sound like. All students, staff, and faculty are welcome. No registration required. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. Sponsored by the Office of Learning Services Writing Center and the Writing Fellows Program.
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