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Nobody cares about feminist academic writing

Nobody cares about feminist academic writing. That’s careerism. These poor women in academia have to talk this silly language that nobody can understand in order to be accepted… But I recognize the fact that we have this ridiculous system of tenure, that the whole thrust of academia is one that values education, in my opinion, … Read more

Oxford University Press Is Migrating Its Catalogue to Its Online Platform

From Publishing Perspectives: A migration of Oxford University Press‘ books as well as journals to the online platform Oxford Academic announced Wednesday (August 3) is expected to “further streamline access to high-quality scholarly content,” according to media messaging. At this point, the company writes, more than 42,000 books and more than 500,000 chapters have been … Read more

The 12 Best Writing Organization Tools of the Year

From The Book Designer: Writing a book is one of the most meaningful projects you can dedicate your time to. Your book has the potential to entertain and inform people far into the future. It also sets an amazing example for those around you, showing them it’s possible to dream of being an author and … Read more

Shakespeare, Pronouns, and the New World Order

From Daily Writing Tips: One of my favorite go-to news sources is the BBC Daily News. Reading an account of a shooting in Norway not long ago, I came to this sentence: King Harald, Norway’s monarch, said him and his family were horrified. The BBC is an institution I have long admired. During the seven years … Read more