About the Journal
Focus and Scope
The Practices & Possibilities Series addresses the full range of practices within the field of Writing Studies, including teaching, learning, research, and theory. From Joseph Williams' reflections on problems to Richard E. Young's taxonomy of "small genres" to Adam Mackie's considerations of technology, the books in this series explore issues and ideas of interest to writers, teachers, researchers, and theorists who share an interest in improving existing practices and exploring new possibilities. The series includes both original and republished books. Works in the series are organized topically.
About the Clearinghouse
The WAC Clearinghouse is an open-access, educational website supported by donors, sponsors, and the Colorado State University Open Press as well as a large group of volunteers. Copyright on the materials on this site is held by the authors and editors who have contributed content to it (© 1997-2020).
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