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Learning to be a Better Writer by Reading for Fun

May 23, 2013

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Following @Longreads on Twitter may seem more frivolous than some of my other teaching-related pursuits, but in truth it may be one of the most academic accounts I follow. The site cultivates long form journalism, and brings to the fore articles that many of us may read in our customary pursuits, or we might miss. Today’s […]

Harnessing the Ties That Bind

February 15, 2011

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I left my life in horse racing behind when I quit working at the United States Trotting Association and joined the community that is Ohio State University. But thank goodness my horse racing life didn’t leave me. On Monday in my magazine writing class, we had a video conference visit from Charles Leerhsen, who has […]