Within the past few years, podcasts have exploded. So, how can you make your own successful piece of audio art? When writing for the ear, rather than for the eye, there are certain elements that you should be aware of that will enhance the experience for your listener. Sentence structure, word choice, and most importantly, … Continue reading When Writing For The Ear
When writing for business purposes, you often have to consider many factors such as audience, document structure, and tone. Unlike any personal essay or fictional stories, business writing follows more formal procedures that require much practice. Structure Business writing has a strict structure that allows for users to have easy access to important information. It … Continue reading How Business Writing Differs From Personal Writing
In this piece, I aim to explore my grandfather’s career path and how he came to be successful. I plan to focus on specific stories in his childhood and young adult life to highlight his vibrant character and make him come alive on paper.
Audience plays a pivotal role in writing. After all, in order to qualify something as “good” or “bad” you need to have an audience. But writing for your audience can prove difficult. How do you attract and keep readers? Each one will have a unique experience because every reader is different. Although there are many … Continue reading Finding a Balance: Writing For Yourself and Others
On screen, Emilia Clarke was a fierce warrior who conquered many things, but off-screen she was fighting her own battle, and we had no idea. This long-form piece, A Battle For My Life is written by Emilia Clark, an actress that I was introduced to as Daenerys Targaryen on HBO’s Game of Thrones. She speaks … Continue reading Emilia Clarke: A Real-Life Warrior
With more and more personal blogs being put out on the internet, journalism has experienced a shift. Now, stories can be told in a variety of ways. Journalism can be casual or structured. This has come with the increased use of social media to tell stories. The blog post, “How Peloton Has Blown Its PR” … Continue reading Good vs. Bad Writing
Kelsey Bross is a current undergraduate student studying public relations at Quinnipiac University. She has a wide range of skills that she has accumulated in and out of the classroom. With intern experience in corporate and agency settings, she has worked with a multitude of clients, including the Television Academy, Naturalizer Shoes, Alfred Coffee, and … Continue reading Professional Biography