Customized writing skills seminars as well as free access to articles on common grammar, mechanics, and usage issues.
“If your writing looks professional, so do you,” says Dr. Nancy Tuten, who created Get It Write. The aim of her initiative is to help writers and other professionals master the use of language. Her site carries useful articles about grammar, usage, word mechanics, punctuation, and other popular topics.
About Nancy Tuten
For nearly three decades, Dr. Nancy Tuten has taught seminars on writing-related issues to professionals in the public and private sectors, including federal and state government employees, judges and staff members of state and federal court systems, private attorneys, law school faculty and students, and employees in the financial sector (client list).
She founded Get It Write-in 1991. From 1988 to 2019, Nancy taught writing and literature at Columbia College, serving for eight years as dean of the Division of Communication, Languages, and Literatures and for fifteen years as director of the writing-across-the-curriculum program.
What Get It Write Offers
What People Say
“As a freelancer I have often consulted books and websites for grammatical advice. Nancy Tuten is the best I’ve found. She is the only one who anticipated my questions with straightforward answers and clear examples. I look forward to consulting Get It Write Online every time I am confronted by a grammatical quandary.”
– Walter N., Freelance Writer
“A gifted lecturer who delivers content in an interactive and comprehensive fashion, Nancy has mastered the art of engaged presentations designed to enhance the writing skills of her audience.”
– The Hon. Justice Gillian Lucky, High Court of Trinidad and Tobago, Chair, Judicial Education Institute
Photos and videos by, or about, Get It Write.
- Parallel Structure in Embedded Lists
- Parallel Structure with Vertical Lists (Bullets, Numbers, Letters)
- The Colon (and How It Differs from the Semicolon)