Fall 2015

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Th, F                    9am-5pm

Sunday evening     6pm-9pm

November holidays: Wednesday, 11/11 – no staffing; Tuesday, 11/24 – early closing at 5pm.

Email Jane Weber for more information or to schedule an appointment: jlweber@plymouth.edu. Please note: Email checked on weekdays only.





Reader and Writer Response Sheet for Drafts


The writer answers the first three questions about his or her draft. The reader reads the draft and the answers to the first three questions, then answers the next three questions.

Questions for the Writer

  1. How close to being finished is this project?
  2. What steps do you plan to take to complete it?
  3. How can readers help you at this stage?

Reader Response

  1. What do you think that the writer is driving at? What is the main point of the draft? Is that point clearly expressed? How? Where?
  2. Suggest steps that the writer might take to complete the project. Give your opinion of the steps that the writer outlines.
  3. Please respond to the writer’s request for help.


Trevor Lohr

“I’ve always been able to spot things I didn’t like in my writing, but couldn’t fix them very well. The consultant really helped me learn how to fix problems.”
– Trevor Lohr


quote 4

“When you are writing you must assume that the next thing you put down belongs not for reasons of logic, good sense, or narrative developments, but because you put it there.”
– Richard Hugo