Professional Writing isn’t all just hard work—sometimes it’s hard work that is literally fun and games! So say the students from Prof. T. R. Knight’s Tabletop Game Writing Lab.
Category: Brag Board
Here in the Professional Writing Department (PWR), we believe that writing is hard work. But he also believes that when you accomplish something hard, there’s nothing wrong with feeling accomplished. So, just outside his university office he created a brag board: a massive display featuring the names and faces of PWR majors next to copies of their published works. Now you can enjoy a virtual—and much smaller—version of that.
Meet a Freshman: The Magnificent Mr. Tim
A spotlight of one of the newest characters in the Professional Writing saga.
An Interview With Sarah Gorman
As an eight-time Scholastic Art & Writing Award winner and successful sophomore in the Professional Writing Department, Sarah Gorman is a writer that wears many hats. Between screenwriting and novel writing, Gorman has a busy schedule filled with plotting. Here is a glimpse into her fantasy worlds and writing process.
PWR Student Named Most Promising Emerging Novelist
Christy Award-winning novelist DiAnn Mills is shown with Taylor University professional writing students Luke Wildman (left) and Brian Branscum at the closing banquet of the
One Writer’s Insanity
Read Katelyn S. Irons’ existential short story, “One Writer’s Insanity”.
Book Review: A Novel Idea by Eddie Jones
Whichever part of the novel-making process just doesn’t seem to come naturally to you, this book has some time-tested tips to put you back on track.