Donalee G White originally shared this post in November 2014. It’s too good not to share again. Writing for NaNoWriMo is like the wildest roller coaster ride at Carrowinds, or white water rafting, or skydiving at 10,500 feet above the earth, or
Thinking of writing a novel during WaFoWriMo and NaNoWriMo? Here are a few great resources to help you get started. – how to start a novel right: 5 great tips – 7 ways to create a killer first line – the
The Writing Center is hosting “Drop-In Halloween Tips, Tricks, and Treats” on Monday from 7-9pm. Tutors will be available (with candy) to help students with quick questions and drop-in writing help.
Today’s post comes from Meghan Webb, Reference Services Coordinator in ZSR. During the month of November, ZSR Library is teaming up with the Writing Center, Library Partners Press, WFU Office of Personal and Career Development and Wake
Get ready! Words Awake is back! Wake Forest reprises WordsAwake!, the alumni/ae-faculty-staff celebration of Wake Forest writing past, present, and future,April 8-9 on the Reynolda Campus. There will be presentations on the history of writers in NC (including at Wake
Do you love to write? Are you looking for new and creative outlets? Do you think a good challenge? Enter My 500 Words! According to their website, the rules are simple: Write 500 words per day, every day
NCTCD 2015 On Friday, October 2, WFU hosted the 2015 North Carolina Tutor Collaboration Day. Sixty-four writing center tutors, directors, and staff made the drive to Winston-Salem from 15 colleges to share their experiences. The day’s theme was “sharing what we do