In Tom Romano's own class, he asked his college students to create a Multigenre paper over a book. Here's an example written on the stunning novel Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. More examples and ideas can be found on our Class Resource Website on Writing, scroll down 3/4 of the page and look on the left. You can also Google Multigenre to see more examples.
Some writers begin this project with a central idea (e.g., "My Children") and let the various genre surface as they write. Another approach is to make an outline and list the genre with a brief explanation. That's what I've done below as I've outlined a Multigenre about my family and our connection to ski racing. Click on the picture to enlarge!
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