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Department of Anthropology: Writing Across Boundaries. Liz Stanley It's a craft and a job and requires practice Writing is inextricably linked with reading for me, and I think of these two activities in broad generous terms and as mutually-enhancing, indeed interdependent. My broad and generous terms perceive reading as a spectrum along which lies everything from stolidly reading serious solid scholarly texts to casually taking in fly-posters and graffiti; and these terms see writing more generously still, as including thinking about things in an ordered and structured way through to signing off a piece of completed and to-be-published work.
Consequently, I read and write everyday and can always find things to say if asked about what I've read or written on any particular day. Also, I think of writing as a set of gradations of styles and types, including notes, bullet-points, reviews, as well as articles and chapters and theses and books.
It's a craft and a job and requires practice
What this doesn't convey, but it is centrally important in terms of how I actually do it, is that I always conceive of and write to a structure. I like the numbers five and seven - I find five handy and quite like the magical connotations of seven, so I use them a lot. My structured plans for writing usually have five or seven main and connected points, with sub-points for each main point. Now I find the shape first, then my writing shapes it up accordingly, with the rough edges smoothed off in editing.
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Of course, these points shift around, bits move into other places and back again or are jettisoned and new things added in. Writing is also a moveable feast, in the way I think about it. It travels with me, in my research notebooks-cum-diaries, which are very much of the work and thinking through kind, and never contain dark or starry nights of the soul stuff, which I think is better lived than written as it's really not very interesting after the event.
And at home, writing travels in a different sense, through editing-as-an-extension-of-writing. I always edit everything I write, and usually three or four times. Topic: Feminist Epistemology.
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