Wednesday, July 25, 2012
For this post, we welcome a new contributing editor to our blog, Kristen Murray, at Temple.
I thought great writers had golden pens. As soon as they started writing, the words flowed and everything fell into place. Did Hemingway really need thirty-nine revisions of the final page just to get the words right? The answer is yes, and that happens to be the number one secret of great writers—rewriting.
An important reminder for professors finishing up summer writing projects and students getting ready to tackle their legal writing courses this fall!