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Journal Title: Writing & Pedagogy
Volume/Issue:   6 / 1
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Editorial

Editor’s Introduction
Martha C. Pennington
pp 1-30

Featured Essay

Authorial Identity: A Graduate Student Odyssey
Heather K. Olsen Beal
pp 31-58

Research Matters

Standards and Personalization in the Writing of Linguistically Diverse Students
Kerry Anne Enright
pp 59-88

Thinking like a Writer: Inquiry, Genre, and Revision
Virginia Crank
pp 89-106

Reflections on Practice

Intensive Writing Institute for Second Language Writers: A Bridge to University-level Academic Writing and Cultural and Institutional Expectations
Zuzana Tomas, Marie Isabel Gardett, and Erin Jensen
pp 107-120

Extreme Puppet Theatre as a Tool for Writing Pedagogy at K-University Levels
Mark Spitzer
pp 121-126

From the eSphere

From Typing to Touching: A Review of Writing with Natural User Interfaces
David R. Gruber
pp 127-144

New Books

Rethinking Creative Writing in Higher Education: Programs and Practices That Work
Stephanie Vanderslice (2011)
Laura Valeri
pp 145-152

Three Books in the New Writing Viewpoints Series, Multilingual Matters Negotiating the Personal in Creative Writing
Carl Vandermeulen (2011)
The Creativity Market: Creative Writing in the 21st Century
Dominique Hecq (ed.) (2012)
Key Issues in Creative Writing
Dianne Donnelly and Graeme Harper (eds.) (2013)
Martha C. Pennington
pp 153-174
Publisher: Equinox Publishing Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
LL Issue: 25.2500