National Day on Writing: Contribute Your Graduate Writing Narrative
The National Day on Writing (October 20) was founded by the National Council of Teachers of English on the premise that writing is critical to literacy but needs greater attention and celebration.

To celebrate writing with The Graduate Writing Lab, we invite current and recent graduate writers to contribute a few words, phrases, or sentences on your graduate writing narrative. Feel free to either tag your response with your name and area of study, or leave it anonymous. Select entries will be featured in our "Tips" section of the GWL weekly newsletter during the months of October and November, our website, and our Yale Connect GWL Site!

To see last year's entries, please visit our website:
Some guiding questions: What has your journey been like in graduate writing? What do you love, respect, celebrate, find challenging about graduate writing? What strategies have you developed for navigating the relationship between academic conventions and personal voice in graduate writing? What keeps you writing? What is your process for starting to write, and continuing to write? How do you frame your identity as a writer?
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