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A practical, step-by-step approach with writer’s purpose at the core
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Stephen Reid is currently the Writing Program Administrator at Colorado State University, where he has taught for over 30 years. He regularly teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in writing, and he continues to teach contemporary fiction, 19th century British fiction, and non-fiction workshops. Current interests in composition include argument, visual literacy, teaching in online environments, testing and placement, and curriculum design. When he's not in the classroom, he's likely to be traveling, skiing, cycling, or flyfishing. He can be reached at his email address: Stephen.Reid@colostate.edu
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