Tania Runyan offers some final thoughts about maintaining perspective in this last installment of our series about writing a college application essay.
Once a draft of the college application essay is written, now it’s time for revising, editing, and proofing. Tania Runyan explains how.
Tania Runyan uses a few familiar writing techniques to help students who are starting to write their college application essay.
Tania Runyan gives students an idea of the types of questions they may encounter when choosing a topic for their college application essay—including a list of the current Common App questions.
Tania Runyan offers guidelines for how to write a college application essay, including some no-no’s (and yes-yes’s).
Amidst all the data surrounding grades and test scores and class ranking, Tania Runyan assures us the college essay is a chance to just be yourself. Isn’t that a relief?
Introducing the How to Write a College Application Essay series, Tania Runyan assures us that poetry and personal statements aren’t too far off.
Could art education be purposely linked to cursive writing? One artist aims to find out.
The story we need to hear now is how it happened. Its origin. Its cause. The ruins of a family’s home becomes a storyteller over the next eight hours.
Robert McCready knows how to become a better writer when he heads out on an Artist Date and finds the blues.
Our Memoir Notebook feature will give you thoughts on aesthetics and craft, but it will feel like poetic narrative. And sometimes it will simply be poetic narrative. Come away with us and Wm. Anthony Connolly to the beach, for a last bit of summer.
Memoir Notebook is a monthly column dedicated to longer creative non-fiction works. Today, Wm. Anthony Connolly is cutting onions. Or is he?
Memoir Notebook is a new monthly (sometimes more) column. Today, to the Iowa Creative Non-Fiction Conference. Or maybe to the blind man on the street.