Put the Body on the Slab: the Anatomy of College Writing.
Speaking of our writing guide, Haley and I will be putting together the second part in the coming weeks, The Anatomy of Analysis. This part of the guide will focus on how to construct an analytical response to a text, and it will feature analytical papers written by myself and our minion Lindy. If you're lucky, you might be able to expect some awesome analyses of Mad Men and/or zombie movies, with some fine art analyses thrown in there for good measure because that's how we role.
In other news, we are still looking for more writing interns, but we have found cover artists to add to our staff as we move into self-publishing services. We're really excited about the self-publishing and about the amazing artists we now have on board for covers. In the coming weeks we plan to feature a couple of blog posts about Mel and April, but for now you should check out their websites.
Finally, some personal news. I found out last week that I've been awarded a fellowship at the University of Louisville beginning this fall for the Humanities PhD program. That means I'll be moving from London to Kentucky, which might sound like a bit of a downgrade, but I intend to make the best of it. The fellowship will at least allow me to finish my PhD and focus on ArchEditing without worrying so much about having money for food.
So there's some ArchEditing housekeeping and news. Let us know if you plan on attending the PCA/ACA conference this week in San Antonio. We'd love to meet you!
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