Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window Write what you know. Everyone who has ever taken a writing class or read a craft book has heard this piece of writing advice—even if only to have it instantly denounced. But which is it?
Show More This book fundamentally challenges the way in which PhDs are currently pursued. It applies lean methodologies — which have been embraced by start-ups — to the doctoral research process.
It explains how to apply techniques such as the minimal viable product MVP approach, rapid prototyping and pivoting to each stage, from choosing a topic to seeking feedback, in order to save time, make the process more efficient and demonstrate impact.
Chapters are enriched with insights from PhD researchers, practical guidance on going lean and a wealth of empirical data which supports this new approach to postgraduate research. This inspiring text is a must-read for prospective and current PhD students who wish to accelerate their careers in academia and beyond.
Applies a fresh and innovative approach to the process of undertaking a PhD Helps doctoral students to become more efficient and effective researchers Speaks to any doctoral researcher who is concerned about maximising impact Based on the author's own experience of completing a lean PhD and complemented by a wealth of empirical data from recent academic studies Preface 1.
The PhD as a Start-Up 2.Feb 01, · What advice can they offer us on the art of writing? The quotes of writers from ancient times up to the present can teach us a lot about writing.
or draw. ~John Gardner. To produce a mighty book, you must choose a mighty theme. ~Herman Melville. If you start with a bang, you won't end with a whimper.
~T.S. Eliot This book has excellent Reviews: Home» Critical Essays • Writing • Writing Advice» Serial, Timelines, and Fiction.
Serial, Timelines, and Fiction. Writing, Writing Advice No comments. In John Gardner describes a very different kind of dream—“the vivid and continuous fictional dream. by John W. Gardner, (p. 86), 3 Copy quote The true artist plays mad with his soul, labors at the very lip of the volcano, but remembers and clings to his purpose, which is as strong as the dream.
John Gardner's The Art of Fiction is pretentious and not one of my favorite writing books at all. I've heard about this book for sometime and figured I would give it a try. So I picked it up from the library, hoping to learn something new and enjoy the book.4/5.
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John Gardner on Writing. by. John Gardner, another workshop legend and Iowa graduate, took a different view of the business. He believed in what he called a “fictional dream,” a vivid, continuous, and believable alternate.