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Rewriting English

by Janet Batsleer, Tony Davies & Rebecca O'Rourke

First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Journey of Memoir: The Three Stages of Memoir Writing

by Linda Joy Myers

A unique workbook from National Association of Memoir Writers founder Linda Joy Myers that offers the tools writers need to begin, develop, and complete a memoir, including lessons on how to write a great scene,...


The Scene Book: A Primer for the Fiction Writer

by Sandra Scofield

A treasure-trove of scene-writing wisdom from award-winning author and teacher Sandra Scofield To write a good scene, you have to know the following:

• Every scene has an EVENT

• Every scene has a FUNCTION...


Write for Your Lives: Inspire Your Creative Writing with Buddhist Wisdom

by Joseph Sestito

This practical guide to successful creative writing uses cognitive behavioural therapy and spiritual strategies to help people liberate themselves to achieve optimal productivity and enjoyment.


The Psychology of Screenwriting: Theory and Practice

by Jason Lee

The Psychology of Screenwriting is more than an interesting book on the theory and practice of screenwriting. It is also a philosophical analysis of predetermination and freewill in the context of writing and...


The Fiction of Autobiography: Reading and Writing Identity

by Micaela Maftei

Writing autobiography is a complicated, often fraught activity for both writer and reader. We can find many recent examples of the way such writing calls into question the author's truthfulness or their authority...


Twenty-One Genres and How to Write Them

by Brock Dethier

In this classroom-tested approach to writing, Brock Dethier teaches readers how to analyze and write twenty-one genres that students are likely to encounter in college and beyond. This practical, student-friendly,...


Exploring Composition Studies: Sites, Issues, Perspectives

by Kelly Ritter & Paul Kei Matsuda

Kelly Ritter and Paul Kei Matsuda have created an essential introduction to the field of composition studies for graduate students and instructors new to the study of writing. The book offers a careful exploration...


Critical Essays: Gay and Lesbian Writers of Color

by Phd, John Dececco & Emmanuel Nelson

This pioneering work is the first book to systematically explore the literature of gay and lesbian writers of color in the United States. Critical Essays challenges the marginalization and tokenization of gay...


Analyze Anything: A Guide to Critical Reading and Writing

by Gregory Fraser & Chad Davidson

How well can you decode the signs that permeate our daily lives? All of us, consciously or not, constantly engage in the acts of reading and interpreting the signs in the world around us. But how do we sharpen...


Creative Writing in the Community: A Guide

by Terry Ann Thaxton

Creative Writing in the Community is the firstbook to focus on the practical side of creative writing. Connecting classroomexperiences to community-based projects, it prepares creative writing studentsfor teaching...


Feminist Rhetorical Resilience

by Elizabeth A Flynn, Patricia Sotirin & Ann Brady

Although it is well known in other fields, the concept of “resilience” has not been addressed explicitly by feminist rhetoricians. This collection develops it in readings of rhetorical situations across...


Coal in Our Veins: A Personal Journey

by Erin Ann Thomas

In Coal in Our Veins, Erin Thomas employs historical research, autobiography, and journalism to intertwine the history of coal, her ancestors' lives mining coal, and the societal and environmental impacts of...


National Healing: Race, State, and the Teaching of Composition

by Claude Hurlbert

In National Healing, author Claude Hurlbert persuasively relates nationalism to institutional racism and contends that these are both symptoms of a national ill health afflicting American higher education and...


Building Writing Center Assessments That Matter

by Ellen Schendel & William J. Macauley

No less than other divisions of the college or university, contemporary writing centers find themselves within a galaxy of competing questions and demands that relate to assessment—questions and demands that...


Peripheral Visions for Writing Centers

by Jackie Grutsch McKinney

Peripheral Visions for Writing Centers aims to inspire a re-conception and re-envisioning of the boundaries of writing center work. Moving beyond the grand narrative of the writing center—that it is a solely...


Excuse Me, Your Participle's Dangling: How to Use Grammar to Make Your Writing Powers Soar

by Catherine DePino

Excuse Me, Your Participle’s Dangling will give you all the bare essentials of grammar that you need to write like a pro. If you’re a businessperson, college student, or ESL student seeking a user-friendly...


The Mobile Story: Narrative Practices with Locative Technologies

by Jason Farman

What happens when stories meet mobile media? In this cutting-edge collection, contributors explore digital storytelling in ways that look beyond the desktop to consider how stories can be told through mobile,...


Composing Media Composing Embodiment

by Kristin L Arola & Anne Wysocki

“What any body is—and is able to do—cannot be disentangled from the media we use to consume and produce texts.” ---from the Introduction.

Kristin Arola and Anne Wysocki argue that composing in new media...


After the Public Turn: Composition, Counterpublics, and the Citizen Bricoleur

by Frank Farmer

In After the Public Turn, author Frank Farmer argues that counterpublics and the people who make counterpublics—“citizen bricoleurs”—deserve a more prominent role in our scholarship and in our classrooms....