Posted by – September 9, 2016
We are excited to announce the publication of a special issue of Composition Forum on emotion in composition!
This issue includes an interview with Daniel M. Gross, a retrospective by Laura Micciche, seven articles, two reviews, and two sets of shorter pieces unique to this issue: five “Reflections on Emotional Labor” and four “Assignments in Emotional Literacy.”
You can find volume 34 of Composition Forum at http://compositionforum.com/issue/34/
We welcome your suggestions and comments about this special issue on emotion in composition.
Posted by – February 24, 2016
The newest volume of Composition Forum is now available at http://www.compositionforum.com/
This volume contains an interview with James Porter, seven articles on diverse intersections of theory and pedagogy in composition, three program profiles, two review essays, and two reviews.
We welcome your suggestions and comments about this volume.
Posted by – August 20, 2015
The newest volume of Composition Forum is now available at:
Volume 32 features an interview with Thomas Newkirk, a retrospective, two responses, and seven articles focusing on pedagogical theory in composition.
The volume also includes four program profiles and four reviews that may be of interest to writing scholars and teachers.
We hope you will visit the journal, and we welcome your suggestions and comments about this volume.
Posted by – February 20, 2015
Our thirty-first volume (Spring 2015) is now officially available!
This issue–a special issue on rhetorical genre studies, case guest-edited by Dylan B. Dryer–includes:
In addition, try there are seven articles exploring rhetorical genre studies and composition, recipe from multimodality and linguistic attention to uptake and metagenre.
More details about the volume’s contents are available in a column from the editors.
Posted by – February 29, 2012
Composition Forum 25 (Spring 2012) is ready. This issue features an interview with Victor Villanueva, six articles, and more. Get all the details in our “From the Editors” column.
We’d love to hear what you think about this volume of Composition Forum.
Posted by – December 23, 2011
Oops, we forgot to announce the August 2011 publication of Composition Forum 24 here. Better late than never! Check it out, if you haven’t already–we’ve got a great interview with Jonathan Alexander, a review essay on e-books, three strong articles and two very useful Program Profiles, and three reviews, including one of Wardle & Downs’s Writing about Writing.
Posted by – March 2, 2011
We are pleased to announce the publication of Composition Forum Volume 23, for Spring 2011. Read our “From the Editors” for a summary of this exciting issue, which features an interview with Malea Powell, three articles, two Program Profiles, and three book reviews.
With Volume 23, we are migrating to Open Journal Systems, making the work of delivering CF less labor-intensive. As we tweak our submissions and review process, we’ll share news here.
To celebrate this work, CF web editor Bradley Dilger made a tag cloud from our Delicious keyword index, which covers Volumes 18-23 of the journal. Here’s a snapshot and a link to the larger cloud.
We welcome your feedback about this volume of Composition Forum.
Posted by – June 24, 2010
The newest volume of Composition Forum is now available!
Volume 22 features an interview with Susan Jarratt and articles focusing on pedagogical theory in composition. This volume also includes two program profiles describing writing programs at Southern Illinois University Carbondale and at Oakland University.
Along with the interview, articles, and program profiles, CF 22 offers five reviews of new texts of interest to writing scholars and teachers.
Thanks for visiting the journal! We welcome your suggestions and comments about this volume.
Posted by – February 15, 2010
Composition Forum 21 is now available.
This volume features an interview with Cindy Selfe and articles focusing on web literacy and on sustainability in composition. CF 21 also includes two Program Profiles describing writing programs at SUNY Binghamton and the University of Minnesota Duluth. In addition, Volume 21 contains three book reviews and a review essay that examines recent books on activist rhetorics.
We thank you for visiting the journal, and we welcome your suggestions and comments about this volume.
The newest volume of Composition Forum is now available at the “Current Issue” link above.
This volume features an interview with Gary Olson and three articles focusing on different dimensions of the academic work of writing specialists. CF 20 also includes two Program Profiles describing the first year writing programs at California State University, Fresno and Eastern Michigan University. In addition, Volume 20 contains reviews of three new books in rhetoric and composition.
Thanks for visiting the journal, and we welcome your suggestions and comments about this volume.