Professor Sean Scanlan
Mon 11-12; Tues 2:30-3:30
Office: Namm 520
- Learning to WriteI started writing because I was compelled to. When I was 13 or so, I spent two or three hours a day writing in that adolescent, struggling, angst-ridden way. By the time I was 21 I'd spent so much time doing it that I allowed a small practical idea to enter my thoughts: Well, if […]
- Keep the Momentum GoingOne of the vital things for a writer who’s writing a book, which is a lengthy project and is going to take about a year, is how to keep the momentum going. It is the same with a young person writing an essay. They have got to write four or five or six pages. But […]
- You Have to Write When You're Not InspiredYou have to write when you’re not inspired. And you have to write the scenes that don’t inspire you. And the weird thing is that six months later, a year later, you’ll look back at them and you can’t remember which scenes you wrote when you were inspired and which scenes you just wrote because […]
- Learning to Write
- A Spread Worthy of RoyaltyBanchan, the small dishes that often accompany a Korean meal, should be treasured in their own right.
- How to Read a Wine Label, in 12 Easy LessonsThe wine shop can be intimidating, with so many different styles of labeling. Here’s help in decoding a dozen basic types.
- Your Best SandwichesWon’t you tell us what you’re making during the pandemic?
- A Spread Worthy of Royalty