Raul Pacheco-Vega on academic writing, and breaking with usual practices

19576992484_d0dc0a5228_zRaul Pacheco-Vega has several posts on his blog about academic writing. He’s long been an advocate of the model of writing every day, in his case in a carefully-scheduled block, often first thing in the morning. In these posts he reflects on a break in his usual practice, of ‘binge-writing‘, on the practice of ‘Write first, edit later, and edit by hand‘ and then on the idea of slow-scholarship – sparked by ideas in a collaborative paper entitled ‘For Slow Scholarship: A Feminist Politics of Resistance through Collective Action in the Neoliberal University‘. All worth a look, with several links in each.

[Updated to include a link to his earlier post on writing every day]

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