Rudrakshi questions what makes good writing good, and finds the answer in some unlikely places (hint: a cartoon chef might hold the key).
Is technical writing inherently un-creative? Amelia makes the the case for inspiration, information, and diligence that applies to both Huckleberry Finn and the Adobe Photoshop homepage.
How do you uphold your values when you are paid to voice someone else’s? Isaac Thornley questions how far professional writers must go to be the voice of their employers.
“The worst part about academic writing, though, is how much of it involves typing so very much while saying so very little.” Sayyeda Masood questions the usability and accessibility of the academic writing style.
“Anyone can take the words they say every day and type them out; what makes a writer stand out is his or her voice.” Kevin Manning looks at developing and adapting your writing voice.
Holly Penick analyses what makes scary writing so scary, just in time for Halloween.