CFP: The Writing Instructor: Queer Issues (1/7/04; e-journal issue)

full name / name of organization: 
Trixie G. Smith
contact email: 

A Queer Call for Submissions

Aneil Rallin, Area Editor
Rob Koch, Jr. and Trixie Smith, Associate Editors

Submissions are now being accepted for the Queer Issues area of the on-line
peer-refereed journal, The Writing Instructor. For the debut issue of this
area, we encourage multi-genre/multi-media/queer/ "experimental" works that
explore the many ways in which queernesses intersect with literacy,
learning, social and cultural histories, politics, and ideology.
Topics/practices may include but are not limited to the following:

Queer Theories and Practices of Writing
Cultural and Political Intersections of Queerness with
Queer Rhetorics, especially as Political/Social Action and Critique
Construction/s of Identity/ies
Construction/s of Body/ies
Queerness and Issues of Literacy/Learning, including
Process Theory Critiques
Composition Pedagogies and Practices
Queerness and Rhetorics of Terrorism/War

Length: 2500-8500 words, depending on format.

TWI encourages submission of hypertexts and other multimedia projects in
addition to traditional essays. Please send submissions and queries to Aneil
Rallin, Department of Literature and Writing Studies, California State
University--San Marcos, San Marcos, CA 92096-0001, or via email at For detailed submission and format information, see

Deadline for submissions is 7 January 2004.

Dr. Trixie G. Smith
Middle Tennessee State Univ
Dept of English, Box 70
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Office: KOM 154
phone/voice mail 615-904-8153

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