Assistant Professor of Writing

Sandie Friedman

- George Washington University

Sandie Friedman is an assistant professor in the University Writing Program at George Washington University. Since coming to GW in 2005, she has enjoyed teaching seminars with a variety of topics, ranging from film to writing studies, but her current course is her favorite: The New Vanguard: Women Writing Radical Fiction. Her work on teaching has appeared in Composition Forum, Enculturation, Inside Higher Ed, WPA: Writing Program Administration, and Writing on the Edge, among others. Recently, she published an article in the Journal of Literacy Innovation on labor-based grading as an antiracist practice. Her essays and fiction have appeared in publications including Ethel, The Nonconformist, The Nervous Breakdown, New Flash Fiction Review, and The Rumpus.


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Having trouble finding the motivation to complete assignment? This article reviews strategies for making a personal connection to any writing project—even those that don’t immediately spark your interest.