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The Program in Writing and Rhetoric’s RhetComp is open to all Stony Brook students interested in writing any genre. RhetComp promotes student expression by developing a sense of camaraderie among both Writing minors and students who enjoy writing, providing an open and positive environment for peer review and critique, and serving as a platform for Stony Brook University students to promote their own writing. In addition, RhetComp will teach its members how to improve their writing and editing effectively with a variety of different contests, workshops, and exercises. Our goal is to empower student writers at Stony Brook, and to introduce their work to the larger academic community.
News & Announcements
- Join us for the Personal Essay Student Reading event hosted in Zoom by Dr. Rita Nezami on 4/6/2022 at 1 PM! Registration required bit.ly/Personal-Essay-Student-Reading-Series
- Writing minor and Writing Center tutor, Megan Small, named as Fulbright semi-finalist
- Dr. Katherine D. Johnston's essay, "Look at (The New) Me: The Economic and Sociopolitical Atmosphere of Image Culture," appears in Contemporary Women's Writing, Volume 15, Issue 2, July 2021, Pages 189–207: https://doi.org/10.1093/cww/vpab017 .
- MadHat Press' From the Word to the Place: Essays on the Work of Michael Anania, edited by Lea Graham, features a chapter from Dr. Cynthia Davidson, "Field of Uncertain Dreams: Memory and Invention in Michael Anania's Nightsongs and Clamors."
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