"Some time back I told Margrethe that her secret, that Voice Lessons is "simply" about writing, was safe with me. It is obviously about more than individual voices. It is about the "choir...the cooperation".
I am Mike McCullough, Associate Professor of Management, and I attended Andy and Margrethe's writer's workshop and I must say it has paid off down right handsomely. What I did was, well, I wrote me a little piece here what is designed to give you some idea how well I write now that I have the workshop beneath my belt. (We covered rules of rhetorical expression almost the entire time, with a special emphasis on how to get shed of sarcasm, run on sentences and arcane vernacular expressions.)
Assuming you're already part of one of the mighty, mighty strong academic fellowship groups on campus, and that you know pert near everything there is to know about how to: (a) assign writing, (b) respond to it, (c) write professionally and (d) write personally; it is my humble opinion that you should not (sick) decide to join up with the writer's workshop the next time it is offered, for doing so would surely lead to nothing but a renewed sense of inclusion, opportunity for sharing on meaningful subjects, and a general feeling of well being, and there is obviously nothing particularly excitin' about any of them things now is they?
I can only hope that my experience inspires you to want to write more and better often.
Who We Are
Read samples of writing from past faculty participant's seminars.