Ten Tips on How to Write Less Badly.

Line art representation of a Quill

For starters, use the right equipment. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Michael C. Munger, chair of Duke University’s political science department, gives it to us straight in The Chronicle of Higher Education (and gives some good advice in the process).  Best line: “The difference between a successful scholar and a failure need not be better writing. It is often more editing.”


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