Pilot Podcast Episode of RhetoricLee Speaking: Trump’s Appetite for Gun Control

Listen to the Pilot Episode of RhetoricLee Speaking on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/rhetoriclee/rls-ep-12-trumps-appetite-for-gun-control Following the mass shootings at El Paso and Dayton in early August, I was sitting in a coffee shop, ignoring the news, as I usually do since you-know-who got elected, but couldn’t help but notice the giant text scrolling across the bottom of the… Read More Pilot Podcast Episode of RhetoricLee Speaking: Trump’s Appetite for Gun Control

Adrift in Book or Dissertation-Writing Land? Try Making a Book Jacket!

Having written a 400 page dissertation and being two years into revising it for a, considerably shorter, book manuscript, I can attest to the fact that the “dissertation to book” advice can only get you so far. If you’re currently reading one of these, here’s what they can do: -give you a template of a… Read More Adrift in Book or Dissertation-Writing Land? Try Making a Book Jacket!

Here’s how Chris Rock practiced his Oscars monologue – The Washington Post

I came across an article from Geoff Edgers of The Washington Post that briefly described Chris Rock’s preparations for the much anticipated Oscars opening monologue. This post retained the title of the article: “Here’s How Chris Rock Practiced his Oscars Monologue.” As I read the article on The Washington Post site, I was able to… Read More Here’s how Chris Rock practiced his Oscars monologue – The Washington Post