Photography provided by Caitlin Morgan

process 1 |ˈpräˌsesˈprōˌses| noun: a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end

• a natural or involuntary series of changes: the writing process.

In this project, I come to the conclusion that my writing process is very much driven in every aspect by time. I apply this lens to my process and examine how the works of Emig, Alexis, and Wyche also impact and how their ideas, when applied to my process are sometimes changed and modified due to time and schedule constraints. 

This concept of time can be traced to the beginning, in the Intro + Identity section, followed to my workspace in A Writing Habitat, and presents itself in Rituals and finally in Process as well. 

Contents :

Intro + Identity

A Writing Habitat

Rituals 

Process



works cited 

Alexis, Cydney. "Objects, Habitats, and Identities in Practice." The Material Culture of Writing. pp.      
     83-95

Alexis, Cydeney. "Stop Using the Phrase Creative Writing." Slate.
     
http://slate.com/articles/life/inside_higher_ed/2017/01/let_s_banish_the_phrase_creative_
     writing.html

Emig, Janet. The Composing Processes of Twelfth Graders. NCTE, 1971.

“Process.” Oxford American Dictionary, Oxford University Press, 2006. 

Wyche, Susan. "Time, Tools, and Talismans." The subject is writing: essays by teachers and students,
     pp. 31-41