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Tips for putting words on the page

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Excerpted from an article that originally appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education by Rachel Toor. "Frequently I talk with academics who feel they don’t write enough. Even people with a tenure blade dangling over their cervical vertebrae don’t usually have to reach far to find justifications for not getting stuff done. I don’t want to use the word 'excuses,' because they are often valid and real problems, and I don’t want to minimize how hard it is to have something to say and find the right way to say it.

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