I can write, and can teach you how to express yourself on most any topic in the form of expository prose.
If you tell me your topic, I have extensive and eclectic knowledge to help you think about and effectively express your knowledge of your topic in writing. I can suggest research strategies, approaches to critical thought about your topic, and how effectively to put those thoughts into words. In other words, if you tell me a topic, I can help you write about it.
Having a MA in English from Southern Cal and a BA in English Lit from Syracuse, I can walk students through any number of writing, and critical writing about literature assignments, both of which I taught as a Teaching Assistant at USC. If nothing else, I have a literate and linear mind to help a student explore their choice of subject with reasoned and intelligent written inquiry into the puzzles posed by any endeavor to understand and to reveal truth on chosen or assigned topics.
Undergraduate Degree: Syracuse University - Bachelor in Arts, American Literature
Graduate Degree: University of Southern California - Master of Arts, American Literature
I love to study literary and historical currents in mainly Western civilization, but I'm expanding my knowledge of the cultures of the world as I am able to find time for that. I'm a dedicated couch-potato homebody, looking for truth in literature and history wherever it may be sought and found. My self-published booklet under the Xlibris label is only $2.99 (but only about 70 pages) in digital markets. The title is "Translating the Septuagint: Six Essays on Religion and History", and discourses on several topics in the history of religion.