Submissions from 2023

Shaping Teachers' Writing Assessment Practices: The Effect of Teacher Beliefs about Good Writing, Deborah Crusan

Teachers’ Pedagogical Knowledge and Assessment Literacy, Deborah Crusan, Ali Panahi, and Hassan Mohebbi


Marginalized Students Need to Write About Their Lives: Meaningful Assignments for Analysis and Affirmation, Nancy G. Mack

In Memoriam – Patrick Wolfe (1949–2016), Alpana Sharma

Submissions from 2022


Burnt Out on Writing?: 5 Tips for a Productive Break, Erin Flanagan


How to Pivot from Writing Short Stories to Novels, Erin Flanagan


Justice, One Way or Another: An Interview with Meredith Doench on "Whereabouts Unknown", Erin Flanagan


Review of Joanna Pearson’s Now You Know It All, Erin Flanagan


Why Are Women So Often the Butt of the Joke, Erin Flanagan

Shapeshifting Subjects: Gloria Anzaldúa’s Naguala and Border Arte, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Writing Life Beyond the Humanist Subject in The Hour of the Star and A Breath of Life, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Submissions from 2021


How to Channel Your Anxieties: A Conversation with Becky Hagenston, Erin Flanagan


I Found my Literary Community by Writing Book Reviews, Erin Flanagan


Motherhood is a Bitch: Review of Rachel Yoder’s Nightbitch, Erin Flanagan


Oddities and Pleasures: An Interview with Rick Bailey, Erin Flanagan


Review of Ellen Birkett Morris’s Lost Girls, Erin Flanagan


Romance Novels for Hot-Everybody Summer: on the Diversity of an Often Disparaged Genre, Erin Flanagan


Want to Write Book Reviews? Some Helpful Questions to Get You Started, Erin Flanagan


"To Mask, by Slight Differences in the Manner, a Virtual identity in the Substance": Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique and De Quincey's "Confessions of an English Opium-Eater", Dennis Loranger and Barry Milligan

Submissions from 2020

May We Do Work that Matters, Vale la Pena: Putting Community Coyolxauhqui Together and the Anzaldúa Seminar., Dylan Colvin, Christina Puntasecca, and Kelli D. Zaytoun

Hold Steady, Erin Flanagan


Review of Carol Ann Davis’s The Nail in the Tree: Essays on Art, Violence, and Childhood, Erin Flanagan


Review of Colette Sartor’s Once Removed, Kate Wisel’s Driving in Cars with Homeless Men, and Ashley Wurzbacher’s Happy Like This,, Erin Flanagan


Review of Nicolette Polek’s Imaginary Museums, Erin Flanagan

Tell Me Why It Matters, Erin Flanagan


What Goes in a Suitcase, Erin Flanagan

Submissions from 2019

Standardized Testing Pressures and the Temptation of the Five-Paragraph Essay, Deborah Crusan and Todd Ruecker

Emergency, Erin Flanagan


Paying Customers Only, Erin Flanagan


Review of Ron A. Austin’s Avery Colt Is a Snake, a Thief, a Liar, Erin Flanagan

An Academic Imposter from the Working-Class: Emotional Labor and First-Generation College Students, Nancy Mack

A Focus on Relational and Narrative Aspects of Trauma: Challenges and Opportunities for Higher Education, Kelli D. Zaytoun

A Focus on the "I" in the "I→We": Considering the Lived Experience of Self-in-Coalition in Active Subjectivity, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Submissions from 2018


Moments of Connections: An Interview with Augustus Rose, Erin Flanagan


Review of Jamel Brinkley’s A Lucky Man, Erin Flanagan

The Politics of English Second Language Writing Assessment in Global Contexts, Todd Ruecker and Deborah J. Crusan


World House Choir And Friends To Perform Ohio Premiere of 'The Man Behind The Dream', David Seitz

Submissions from 2017

Filling in the Blanks: Addressing Teacher Underpreparedness in L2 Writing, Gena Bennett and Deborah J. Crusan

The 5 Myths of the 5-Paragraph Essay, Nigel Caplan, Deborah J. Crusan, Dana Ferris, Ann Johns, Luciana deOliviera, and Christina Ortmeier-Hooper

All Teachers are Language Teachers: How Language Acquisition and Writing Assessment Affect Student Success, Deborah J. Crusan

Classroom Writing Assessment, Deborah J. Crusan

Fake It 'til You Make It: The Imposter Syndrome - The Dilemma of (Women) Academics, Deborah J. Crusan

The Dark Side of Rubrics and Writing Assignments: Creating Those That Work, Deborah J. Crusan

Writing Assessment: Do we Practice What we Preach?, Deborah J. Crusan

Pressed for Time: Strategies for Writing for Publication, Deborah J. Crusan, Christine P. Casanave, Suhanthie Motha, and Stephanie Vandrick


Assisted Living, Erin Flanagan


Genuine and True: An Interview with Melissa Fraterrigo, Erin Flanagan

Emotional Labor as Imposters: Working-Class Literacy Narratives and Academic Identities, Nancy Mack

In the club: Associational life in colonial South Asia, by Benjamin B. Cohen (review), Christopher Oldstone-Moore

Building Assessment Into Everyday Activities, Diane Schmitt and Deborah J. Crusan

From Nawab to Jihadi: The Transformation of Muslim Identity in Popular Indian Cinema, Alpana Sharma

Submissions from 2016


All Teachers are Language Teachers: Language Acquisition, Writing Assessment, and Their Effects on Student Success in Writing, Deborah J. Crusan

Language Matters: Empowering Teachers (and Learners) Through Language Acquisition and Writing Assessment Knowledge, Deborah J. Crusan

Writing Assessment Literacy: What Teachers Need to Know, Deborah J. Crusan

Writing Groups and Collaborations: Strategies for Writing for Publication, Deborah J. Crusan, Christine P. Casanave, Suhanthie Motha, and Stephanie Vandrick

Writing Assessment Literacy: Surveying Second Language Teachers' Knowledge, Beliefs, and Practices, Deborah J. Crusan, Lai Plakans, and Atta Gebril

Classroom Assessment in English Language Teaching: Placement and Diagnosis, Deborah J. Crusan and Diane Schmitt


Review of Amina Gautier’s The Loss of All Lost Things, Erin Flanagan


Review of Amy Gustine’s You Should Pity Us Instead, Erin Flanagan


Review of Sara Majka’s Cities I’ve Never Lived In, Erin Flanagan

The Likelihood of the Worst Outcome, Erin Flanagan

The Rule of Threes, Erin Flanagan

Filling the Gap: L2 Grammar and Assessment Preparation for ELA Teachers, J. Haught and Deborah J. Crusan

Working with Anzaldúa's Writing Notas: An Archival Experiment in Three Parts, AnaLouise Keating, Kelli D. Zaytoun, and Betsy Dahms

Luke Fildes's The Doctor, Narrative Painting, and the Selfless Professional Ideal, Barry Milligan

Strategies for Classroom Assessment at Different Proficiency Levels, Diane Schmitt, Deborah J. Crusan, and Lia Plakans


How Ohio Became An Epicenter for A Capella, David Seitz


Wright State University to Explore Baseball, Jazz in Sultans of Swing Conference, David Seitz

‘Sometimes in America Race Is Class’: The Erasure of Class under Race in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah, Alpana Sharma

Resistance as Shapeshifter: A Posthumanist Reading of Subjectivity and Death in the Fiction of Gloria Anzaldúa and Clarice Lispector, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Sisterhood in Movement: Feminist Solidarity in France and the United States, Kelli D. Zaytoun and Judith Ezekiel

Submissions from 2015


Clarifying the Relationship between L2 Writing and Translingual Writing: An Open Letter to Writing Studies Editors and Organization Leaders, Dwight Atkinson, Deborah J. Crusan, Paul Kei Matsuda, Christina Ortmeier-Hooper, Todd Ruecker, Steve Simpson, and Christine Tardy

And then a Miracle Occurs: The use of Computers to Score Student Writing, Deborah J. Crusan

Dance, Ten; Looks, Three: Why Rubrics Matter, Deborah J. Crusan

Automated Writing Evaluation: When is it Right for Your Students?, Deborah J. Crusan, Dianna Lippincott, Zhi Li, and Li Zhang

A Better Mousetrap, Erin Flanagan


Interview, Stealing Breath: An Interview with Bryn Chancellor, Erin Flanagan


Review of Becky Adnot-Haynes’s The Year of Perfect Happiness, Erin Flanagan


Review of Charles Baxter’s There's Something I Want You to Do, Erin Flanagan


Review of Karin Lin-Greenberg’s Faulty Predictions, Erin Flanagan


Review of Kelly Link’s Get in Trouble, Erin Flanagan


Review of Megan Mayhew Bergman’s Almost Famous Women, Erin Flanagan


Review of Sarah Hepola’s Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget, Erin Flanagan


The Baby, Erin Flanagan

The Days of Eggs, Erin Flanagan


Involuntary Settlers, Voluntary Colonials: The Contingent Nature of Subaltern Freedoms in the Caribbean, Shona N. Jackson


Labour, Solidarity, and Death: The Enunciative Freedoms of Involuntary Settler Politics, Shona N. Jackson

Nostalgia, Hope Jennings

The Editing of American Literature, 1890–1930: Essays and Reviews by Donald Pizer (review), Carol Loranger

The Outcast Poetics of Paul Laurence Dunbar and Edwin Arlington Robinson, Carol Loranger

Engaging Writers with Multigenre Research Projects: A Teachers Guide, Nancy Mack

Opium and the Orient: The Alien Within Us, Barry Milligan


Miami Valley StoryCorps: Robert Peterson and Karen Rosga, David Seitz


Afghanistan, Alpana Sharma

Cinematic Representation of Muslims in Indian Cinema, Alpana Sharma


From Here to There, Alpana Sharma

Strategies for Countering Discourses of Deficit in L2 Writing, Christine Tardy, Deborah J. Crusan, Grant Eckstein, Dana Ferris, Todd Ruecker, and Jennifer Slinkard

“Now Let Us Shift” the Subject: Tracing the Path and Posthumanist Implications of La Naguala / The Shapeshifter in the Works of Gloria Anzaldúa, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Submissions from 2014

Fake It 'Til You Make It: The Imposter Syndrome--the Dilemma of (Women) Academic, Deborah J. Crusan

Placement Testing, Deborah J. Crusan