Theresa Woodruff: On writing well

Marilyn directed me to a brief paper on good writing. “… papers in the well-written category … … have a direct voice that enables the reader to quickly sort out what is being tested and why. Relevant literature is not just cited, but contextualized. At the end of the paper I have learned not just what the new data suggest but how that new information fits within the broader sweep of the field.” Theresa Woodruff provides some valuable pointers to help give your writing impact. Check out the full text at