I work a lot with tiny texts. Abstracts. Storyboards. Story threads. Lines of argument.
Tiny texts are my academic writing tool of choice. If I had to abandon all the other writing strategies I have in my repertoire, this is The One I would keep. It’s my Desert Island academic writing Swiss Army knife.
Tiny they might be, but little texts do a lot of heavy lifting for academic writing.
Now you might call these tiny texts – summaries. And indeed they are. They are little mini-me versions of a text that will become bigger. But they are not notes. Not notes. They are instead, at their…
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