Michigan Voices explores the policy issues and cultural discussions prevalent in the Ann Arbor community and broader United States, as well as the perspectives and aspirations of university students from the University of Michigan and some of the voices of Gen Z.
Topics in Writing features interviews with guests at the Sweetland Fellows Seminar about current topics in the teaching of writing. Each of these guests, an expert in the field, is interviewed by T Hetzel, a member of the faculty at the Sweetland Center for Writing.
Writer to Writer is a literary journal run by students from our Minor in Writing program. It aims to foster interdisciplinary creativity by showcasing the literary work of University of Michigan students in a variety of modes, mediums, and genres. Writer to Writer accepts submissions for its blog and print journal on an ongoing basis.
Sweetland's Writer to Writer series lets you hear directly from U-M professors about their challenges, processes, and expectations as writers and also as readers of student writing. Writer to Writer pairs one esteemed University professor with a Sweetland faculty member for a conversation about writing.
Since 2012, Digital Rhetoric Collaborative has served as a space for shared inquiry into the range of ideas, conversations, and activities that together constitute the work of digital rhetoricians and of the computers and writing community.
Navigating the world of sources can be tricky for writers at all stages of their career. Beyond Plagiarism, a collaborative instructional resource created by the Sweetland and the University of Michigan Library, is made up a series of lessons that focuses on strategies for finding, citing, analyzing, and quoting source material responsibly.