Tag: 2010

Patrick article reprinted

Posted by – December 11, 2010

We are pleased to note that Amy Patrick’s “Sustaining Writing Theory,” originally published in CF 21, has been selected for inclusion in Best Writing from Independent Composition and Rhetoric Journals: 2010. The collection will be published by Parlor Press. Editors Steve Parks, Linda Adler-Kassner, Brian Bailie, and Collette Caton hope to have the book in hand by this year’s CCCC.

Congratulations to Amy, and thank you to everyone involved in the Best Writing 2010 collection.

Volume 22 Now Available

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, case 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.

Editors’ Roundtable at CCCC on Wednesday, March 17th

Posted by – March 16, 2010

Composition Forum will participate in the Research Network Forum at this year’s CCCC Convention in Louisville, KY. Join us on Wednesday, March 17th from 1:30-2:45 in Ballroom V at the Louisville Marriott.

We would love to hear about your scholarly work and to tell you a bit about Composition Forum‘s features and future plans. Look for CF Editor Christian Weisser at the Editors’ Roundtable.

Volume 21 now available!

Posted by – February 15, 2010

Composition Forum 21 is now available.

This volume features an interview with Cindy Selfe, troche 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.