Anthony Dilmore

B.A. English Literature, University of Scranton
Anthony Dilmore Penn Foster Instructor

Anthony started his career with Penn Foster in March of this year as a Teacher’s Assistant. Before that, he worked at a library and as a supervisor at a retail marketplace.

What is one piece of advice you’d like to give students?
When you're writing, always remember to proofread and revise. After any draft, set it aside for a while before you touch it again. If you come back to it with fresh eyes and a little more detachment, you will notice more errors.

What are some of your passions?
I love reading and writing, so I seldom go anywhere without a book and a pen within reach. Early modern English playwrights, like Shakespeare and Marlowe, have a special place in my heart. I also enjoy cartoons and games of any variety--from board games, to video games, to tabletop roleplaying games.

What is your most memorable experience as a student?
Travelling to and presenting at an undergraduate conference for Medieval and Early Modern Studies.

What are some of your personal or professional goals?
Professionally, I would like to someday earn a PhD.
Personally, I just want to write something worth reading.

What is your greatest strength?
My greatest strength is that I am always willing, if not eager, to learn and experience new things. There’s no subject that’s too boring to study.

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