Presenting “Pulp Diction”

Presenting the latest volume in the Flash Grammar anthology series: Pulp Diction.

The Flash Grammar anthology series was created by students in my Grammar for Writers and Publishers class a Portland State University. The anthology serves as a guide for students, aspiring writers, and editors looking for good examples of how to use grammar for rhetorical effects. Its pages contain a mixture of short stories, essays, and poems written in response to challenges like “write a piece with no to be verbs” and “write a grammatically correct, one-hundred word sentence.” The anthology is free to download as a PDF, so enjoy. You can find all the issues here.

Click here or on the image below to dowload the antology.*

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*This version is an interactive version requiring the latest version of Adobe Reader. For the non-interactive version, click here.

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