Author: fordfellow

The Shapiro Center for Writing at Wesleyan University is a hub for students to work on their academic writing. Whether you need a one-time appointment with a tutor before a paper is due, or you would really benefit from having someone to work with on a consistent basis throughout the semester, we have trained tutors willing to help!

A Writer’s Habits: Rachel Goodman

What type of writing do you do? Almost entirely fiction.  I came to Wesleyan writing poetry, then I quickly realized that poetry is silly and fiction is great.  Fiction is even more mysterious than poetry sometimes, because it usually gives…

You are invited to a reading!

The Wesleyan’s Writing Certificate’s ultra-intelligent inaugural class is hosting a public, prolific, and profound reading for y’all!  Join us on Thursday, April 21st at 6pm in the COL Lounge (Butterfield C100) to eat, drink, and be mesmerized.   Come support your…

A Writer’s Habits: Alex Roy

What type of writing do you do? Fiction, especially fictional biography. As a student I do a good deal of academic writing as well. Where is your favorite place to write? Wesleyan. What’s the first thing you wrote that you…