A Vital Space: CNY Humanities Corridor Offers Unique Resource to Writers

Authors build rewarding collaborations through the Corridor’s working group structure.

Dec. 9, 2020, by Dan Bernardi

While writing a book is, to a great degree, a solitary venture, collaboration can be a key element in the process of taking a work from rough draft to print. It often takes many sets of eyes to provide the necessary clarity writers might not see on their own. To gain such valuable feedback, it helps to find a trusted group of peers who have knowledge of a book’s subject matter and who are committed to a collaborative, give-and-take research ethos. Thanks to support from the Central New York Humanities Corridor, scholars are connecting with colleagues from across the region who specialize in corresponding areas of study.