One adjunct instructor shares a collaborative poem created with her students the day after the 2016 election.
“How could I even consider asking my OCC students to read and respond to critical [literary] texts?…What had I gotten them into? What had I gotten myself into?”
A recent article from TETYC investigates how writing programs, writing instructors, and the profession itself engage in the erasure of race—of blackness and brownness specifically—and perhaps most importantly in a hesitancy to address white privilege.
Zafron’s novel Shadow of the Wind offers a spellbinding tale that explores authorship and the power of the book for bibliophiles.