Kerry Ann Rockquemore: How to Salvage Your Summer Writing

Writing for Inside Higher Ed, Kerry Ann Rockquemore, Ph.D., president, of the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity, responds to the tenure track faculty member who fears having lost half the summer and momentum while getting no writing accomplished.

Rockquemore advises:

  • Get real about why you’ve not been writing.
  • Create a one-month writing plan.
  • Then write every one of those 30 days.
  • Find a supportive community of daily writers.

The essay is available to all:


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