How I Write

Our How I Write blog series asks writers from the University of Louisville community and beyond to respond to five questions that provide insights into their writing processes and offer advice to other writers. Through this series, we promote the idea that learning to write is an ongoing, life-long process and that all writers, from first-year students to career professionals, benefit from discussing and collaborating on their work with thoughtful and respectful readers.

University of Louisville 

Anthropology 

Jennie E. Burnet

Biology 

Deja Curry

Business

Jose M. Fernandez

Communication 

Siobhan Smith

Cultural Center

Joey Wilkerson 

Education

Kristi King 

Michèle Foster 

Engineering 

Jeffrey Heib
Roman Yampolskiy

English 

Jeffery Skinner
Brian Leung
Tim Johnson
Joe Turner
Ashley Taylor
Emily Blair

First-Year Initiatives

Christy Metzger

History

John Cumbler

Law

Judith Fischer

LGBTQ Center

Brian Buford 

President 

James Ramsey

REACH 

Maureen McCoy

School of Medicine 

Thomas Geoghegan

Community Members 

Mike Rutherford
Greg Wrenn
Kyle Coma-Thompson
Austin Bunn
Heather A. Slomski
David Bell
Amy Miller
Nicholas Siegel
Jeffery Carter
Nancy Gall-Clayton