Dr. Andrew Kunka profiled

‘Write More Good’: USC Sumter professor joins several writers in spoof of AP Stylebook
“Andrew Kunka’s friends swear they can spot the USC Sumter English professor’s jokes in the spoof handbook “Write More Good.”
Most of the time, Kunka says, they are wrong.
The book was inspired by a Twitter feed started by Kunka and 14 friends across the country who call themselves The Bureau Chiefs. The feed “FakeAPStylebook” was started about two years ago and offers tips such as “Use citrus adjectives to describe the physiques of baseball players: juiced, lime, fresh-squeezed, limoncello, Orangina.” or “Never bury the lede. Cremation is the only way to make sure it’s really dead.” (That one got retweeted more than 100 times.)”

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