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Explanation points : publishing in rhetoric and composition

Author: John R Gallagher; Dànielle Nicole DeVoss
Publisher: Logan : Utah State University Press, [2019]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"A curated archive of disciplinary knowledge and best practices for publishing in rhetoric and composition. Covering a variety of topics in an approachable, conversational tone, that demonstrates how writing faculty from diverse sets of career trajectories and types of institutions can research and produce scholarship"--Provided by publisher"--
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Gallagher, John R.
Explanation Points : Publishing in Rhetoric and Composition.
Chicago : Utah State University Press, ©2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John R Gallagher; Dànielle Nicole DeVoss
ISBN: 9781607328834 1607328836
OCLC Number: 1114966270
Notes: Section 3. Finding a Foothold: Identifying Audiences, Targeting Presses, and Situating Scholarly Fit
Description: 1 online resource (348 pages)
Contents: Intro; Contents; Introduction / John R. Gallagher and Dànielle Nicole DeVoss; Section 1. Getting Started: Inventing, Brainstorming, and Managing; 1. Love, Beauty, and Truth: On Finding a Dissertation Topic / Lynn Z. Bloom; 2. Sit Down and Write, Get Up and Move / Gesa E. Kirsch; 3. Double Dipping / Andrea Abernethy Lunsford; 4. The Importance of Stories / Nancy G. Barrón; 5. Overcoming the Clinandrium Conundrum / Carrie Strand Tebeau; 6. You Can Do That in Rhetoric and Composition / Byron Hawk; 7. What's Interesting? Originality and Its Discontents / John Trimbur 8. Start with What You Know / Ashanka Kumari9. Believe in Yourself and in Your Ability to Join Public and Scholarly Conversations / Heidi A. McKee; 10. Refine Your Rhetorical Exigence / Naomi Silver; 11. Be a Content Strategist / Michael J. Faris; 12. Storyboarding Your Writing Projects / Chris M. Anson; 13. Invention and Arrangement while Driving: Writing for the Commute / Jim Ridolfo; 14. Chip Away / Cruz Medina; 15. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Research Hour / Ellen Barton; 16. Keeping with and Thinking Through: On Maintaining a Daily Work Log / Jody Shipka 17. Timing Matters: Focus on Achievable Tasks / Michael Baumann18. A WPA/First-Time Mom's Guide to Producing the First Book for Tenure / Staci Perryman-Clark; 19. Community Writing: From Classroom to Workplace and Back / Stephen A. Bernhardt; 20. Not a Draft but Materials / Joseph Harris; 21. You Will Not Be Able to Stay Home: Quantitative Research in Writing Studies / Norbert Elliot; 22. Practicing WHIMSY / Jenn Fishman; 23. Trust the Process / Kathleen Blake Yancey; Section 2. Getting Feedback: Sharing Drafts, Collaborating, and (Re)Developing; 24. Writing Is/as Communal / Trixie G. Smith 25. Publishing as a PhD Student by Building Knowledge across Communities / Laura Gonzales26. If You Are Going to Collaborate: Three Considerations / Joan Mullin; 27. From Chapter to Article with Collaborative Planning / Linda Flower; 28. What's the Way In? Some Lessons and Considerations about Inventing as a Collaborative Team, from a Collaborative Team / Julie Lindquist and Bump Halbritter; 29. Planning the Perfect Heist: On the Importance of Assembling a Team of Specialists in Your Writing Group / Ben McCorkle 30. "Okay, Your Turn": A Dialogue on Collaboration and Editing / Kyle D. Stedman and Courtney S. Danforth31. Conference to Publication Pipeline: Making Work Work for You / Katie Manthey; 32. Be Open to Feedback: Separate Yourself from Your Writing / Janice Cools; 33. Embrace the Opposition / Asao B. Inoue; 34. To Heed or Not to Heed: Evaluating Advice / Marcia Bost; 35. Feedback from Two Sides / Amber Buck; 36. The When of Submitting and Publication / John R. Gallagher and Dànielle Nicole DeVoss
Responsibility: edited by John R. Gallagher and Danielle DeVoss.

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"A curated archive of disciplinary knowledge and best practices for publishing in rhetoric and composition. Covering a variety of topics in an approachable, conversational tone, that demonstrates how writing faculty from diverse sets of career trajectories and types of institutions can research and produce scholarship"--Provided by publisher"--

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