CFP: Issues in Writing (Journal)

full name / name of organization: 
Mahon, Wade
contact email: 
Wade.Mahon@uwsp.edu

Issues in Writing

A semiannual, refereed journal devoted to the study of writing in the Arts
and Humanities, Science and Technology, Government, Education, Business and
Industry, and the professions.

We welcome articles on all aspects of the teaching and production of public
writing, and we consider a broad variety of approaches, methodologies, and
styles. We accept, for example, research articles that describe, narrate, or
report the results of primary or secondary research in the classroom and
workplace; and practical articles that describe innovative approaches to the
teaching of writing, or which provide insights into writing as it occurs in
the various professional contexts. We are especially glad to receive
articles that encourage stimulating dialogue that crosses traditional
rhetorical and disciplinary boundaries, forms, and roles; and that links
academia and the world of work.

Manuscripts should be 30 pages or less, double-spaced (including appendices
or illustrations). Do not include your name and/or affiliation anywhere on
the MS itself. Authors should use standard English and avoid jargon or
provide definitions when using specialized terms. Provide two clear copies.

Send manuscripts and correspondence to:
The Editors
Issues in Writing
Department of English
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Stevens Point, WI 54481

Or submit manuscript by email to <wmahon_at_uwsp.edu> in Rich Text format or
attach as MS Word document.

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professional_topics